Hotel Le Georges
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Babysitting service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Today, €8 gets you entry and the chance to wander around this historic place.Tuesday we headed further north (by north-west), up to Dinan. As is the case with virtually every village / town along this coast, there is significant history and age old structures to see. Whether it is a fortress (as in the case of Fougeres), or a chateau, or an old town centre that dates back hundreds of years. Dinan has the medieval town centre and we were able to spend most of ...
Ship only had to travel 65 miles last night so seas were calm and nice. Morning tour of the island in the fog and rain. My first day wearing long pants, jumper and rain jacket. Island 9 x 5 miles roads 25mph limit and very narrow in places. 65000 people with 85k cars most have 2 cars a boat and a motor bike. Saw ...
Rough seas abated when we got close to St Malo. Used lifeboats after breakfast to get to shore. A walled city very scenic with lots of small islands around. It has some of the largest tidal swings in the world. We walked around the city wall and covered most ...
Left Bordeaux 12am 9/6 day at sea. Arrive St Malo France 8am 11/6 we are tendered off here not sure about this and we have a day doing our own thing again. St Malo was first settled in the 8th century and 1st church built in 10th century. St Malo-We walked around the wall built around the medieval city with its cobbled stoned streets with views of the Mont Saint Monastery set high on an ...
After a lovely hotel breakfast we decided to catch the bus to Dinan. Unfortunately we saw the bus depart just as we walked out the door. NOTE check timetables the day before. Next bus in 2 hours so decided to go to the markets, which, as per all French markets were superb, although they did have their fair share of tat. Ian bought a sun hat for €10 - a second probably but not ...