Grand Hotel Barriere
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... about a minute from the beach for the bargain price of 5 euro, including electric, bingo!!!
After lunch and a beer Paul was suitably de-stressed and we decided to walk into St Malo as this was the sole reason for our visit. It was a beautiful walk which took us along the coast path then across the beaches and finally on the promenade before finally 5 miles later arriving at the walled city. We spent an ...
(Sun) Well I guess that our run of good weather had to end at some point and that was today. Just about managed to make it back from the boulangerie without our baguette and croissants getting too wet! Had a leisurely breakfast where we savoured every mouthful of our pepito (chocolate) croissants before heading out into the rain to stock up on groceries for the week. Just noticed that deisel is 20p per litre cheaper than the ...
... as well have been swimming through treacle. I could hear the surfing instructor whistling and yelling above the crashing waves, trying to get our attention which made me panic so I called for Richard, who’d swam to the right. ‘Just Float’ Richard yelled trying but failing to free me from the strong undercurrent and completely worn out, I thought that was a very good Idea. And so with no other choice I relaxed and let the crashing waves ...
Despite yesterday's forecast we awoke to high winds and after breakfast and showers for everyone except Frances it started to drizzle, then rain hard. So we lingered in the office whilst Pat made small talk with owner. In a break in the weather we set off for Cancale to have one last seafood lunch. We got there just in time to shelter in a bar for coffee. We took our ...
... sup> anniversary of the largest military operation in history, where hundreds of thousands of troops were killed on that faithful day and in the battle than ensued afterwards. Walking through the Normandy American Cemetery and Memorial which overlooks one of the beaches, the graves of over 9000 American soldiers lay on lawns with rows and rows and rows of white crosses, and a memorial to over a thousand more whose remains weren’t found. It ...