Hostellerie Abbatiale Le Tronchet
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... etc you have 8 different main dishes 4 salads a stir fry, soup breads, deserts there are about 8 cold 1 hot custard and 6 flavour ice creams then there is an a la carte with 5 course you don't pay for a BBQ on deck and 2 restaurants you pay $25 a head for and you have to dress up for these two that's just dinner it's great no preparing or cleaning up.Tomorrow we will be in St Peter Port Chanel ...
... which might have explained why most people took the bus. So some old Bishop named Aubert, in the year 708 had this dream. He said he had been told by the Archangel Michel to build a sanctuary. He ignored the dream a couple of times until Michel tapped him on the forehead and said "hey, what about it" So it started off as a small project and then got a little out of hand until you see what it is today. In actual fact it was even bigger but got damaged by fire. Benedictine monks ran ...
... and she said, with a French accent. "u ave to urry. u must et back to your vehicle as u only ave alf an our free an then et cost u twenty eros. we book en latter wi." We did't argue but jumped on our bikes and hightailed it out of there back to the beast. We were in the furthest away car park and made it by a second we reckon. Kerry drove out the barrier arm but we forgot to communicate ...
... the Museum - the displays were average but the building and the views from the top of the watch tower was worth every Euro ... and stair!
Another excellent dinner in a little local restaurant (with very few tourists) and a walk on the walls at sunset (2200 hrs) - the wind is very cold. ...
We caught a taxi to St Malo train station then an early train to Rennes. Checked into the superb 5* Balthazar hotel on Rue Marechal Joffre. Recommended. Because we were early our room wasn't ready so we wandered into the town. And particularly the old part. Very old timbered buildings from ...