Hostellerie Abbatiale Le Tronchet
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... We kept looking for a place to buy our fruit tarts but there wasn't anything until we rode down a steep narrow exceptionally busy hill and into Cancale. It's obviously a hugely popular holiday place with lots of shops and restaurants on the beach front. The tide was out there too and boats were lying on their side on the muddy sand. The traffic was bumper to bumper so there was no point trying to ride so we walked our bikes along the street and in ...
It rained a lot during the night, quite loud on our attic roof. We had planned a slower start to the day, but on checking the weather forecast we found there was a window of dry weather between 7 and 11am . We have become very practiced at packing up and loading the bikes and so did it in record time this morning. Downstairs, there was not a person around and no sign of breakfast although it was 7.45am so we decided to head away. We rode out to Mont St Michel along a dedicated bike ...
Our itinerary says 48 kms today from Fougeres to Pontorson. This morning we were treated to 20 kms of cycle paths through pretty farm land and acres and acres of maize fields. There were a few locals running, biking or walking their dogs but in general really quiet and lovely. It looked like it may have been a rail way track in years gone by and there was the odd tunnel but otherwise no sign of any tracks. Our first stop was at Antrain where we ended up coming into town completely the ...
... barking to protect their houses as we rode by. We rode for 20 kms and then stopped in a small village where we queued with the locals to buy bread and fruit tarts for morning tea. The streets didn't get any busier so we kept on biking, Geoff in the lead so he could navigate and me pottering along behind. My legs were feeling like lead, I'm not sure whether it's the 2 glasses of medincial red wine last night, my cold, the previous ...
We found a cafe for breakfast. Kim and I had Crepes and Ron and Alex had egg, bacon and toast. Alex drove us to Mont St Michel, 50km from St Malo. On the way we stopped at a CarreFour Supermarket for wine and nibbles. Mont St Michel was first built in 708 as a sanctuary in honour of the Archangel. It is an awesome structure. A Monastery and Abbey and village behind an enormous wall built on a rock island in marshland in an ...