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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Gabriel Le Mont-St-Michel
Travel Blogs from Le Mont-St-Michel
... went well was one of the boats the cruise carries has 4 of them in case of emergencies which hope I don't get to see it takes 150 emergency and 100 tender just stepped from cruise liner to it from 3 deck usually get off deck 5. I have said our meals are fantastic so much choice each nite at the buffet we have a different venue last nite it was Indonesian tonite Spanish next ...
Oh what splendour, what history, what grandeur and what clever people we have in our world to build such incredible places. Anyone coming to France we think should stop and have a look at this marvel but not from mid July till mid August apparently when more than 8000 visitors a day come to look. It was busy today but not to bad. We walked out from our camp ground which was only 2 1/2 km away and there was really no one on the boardwalk at that time. It was blowing a hearty gale at ...
... What are you doing?" He unclipped his seatbelt and said. "Your turn baby." Ok left hand drive, gears on the right, indicator on the left, a bigger vehicle than I am used to and very narrow roads. All very challenging to say the least and I lasted about 15 minutes and handed back the wheel. It takes a bit of getting used to sitting on the left of the vehicle especially a big vehicle. Never ...
... 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. ...
... he needed the shade. Had left is good one in UK. Still time to fill in before the bus and decided to walk around the headland in the other direction from yesterday. Again some stunning views and huge houses. An affluent area. Ian says Chirac likes holidaying there. Lunch at a small village around the coast and including a jug of the local cider which was poured into bowls. Also most ...