Hostellerie Abbatiale Le Tronchet
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and it is still on the pilgrim trail. After a couple of hours, we head back down for refreshments, a walk out back along the bridge to take photos and check out the shops. After dinner, the tide is coming in so we take another walk up to watch that as well as out along the bridge again to see the water around the base of the ramparts. It really is an amazing place. And it's VERY popular. The shuttle buses have been coming in non stop since ...
I'm writing this from Mont St Michel on Saturday. Our final riding day was yesterday and the weather gods really turned it on; it was a lovely day. Cool and breezy in the morning and warmed up quite a bit in the afternoon. The riding was the shortest trip of the week, 46kms with only gentle hills, lots of downhill and flat. Even a tail breeze at one point. We had a picnic ...
We all left the farm early and drove 2 1/5 hours to the coast of Normandy and Brittany to the abbey of Mont St-Michel. For more than a thousand years, the distant silhouette of ths island abbey sent pilgim's spirits soaring. Mont St-Michel is among the top four pilgrimage sites for Christians through the ages. It floats like a mirage on the horizon. It is surrounded by a vast mudflat and connected to the mainland by a half-mile causeway. Mont ...
... think it is a great idea.
After finally getting back on the road we ended up in the middle of a remote forrest and arrived at the fun park. We knew we were in for a crowd free day when we saw only 7other cars in the car park. We then spent the next 6 hrs running amok on all the rides in the park such as roller coasters, luge's, jumping castles, bumper boats, mini golf, laser tag and huge water slides.
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... the night. Coll decided to explore the Chateau while I refilled our fresh water supply. She reported that the chateau was worth visiting, though it was more of a fortress than a chateau. It dates back to the 10th century when the Northmen (the Vikings) settled here. The 'fortress' was expanded, besieged, burnt down, rebuilt and further fortified over the ensuing 800 years,.. and finally taken over by the City Council of Fougeres in the 20th century and declared a ...