Hotel Inn Design Resto Novo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We arrived in Plerguer after about a 4 hour drive. It took for ever. When we arrived we found
our unit easy.
We went to Mont St Michel. It is a church, a couple of shops and houses on a massive rock.
We went inside the massive church, it is called an abbey.
We got a tour guide to tell us what certain areas of the church where. Like the main church bit, where the monks ...
... like 2 hours.
Today we went to old castle walls at St Malo and walked all the way around.
We passed a prison in the water.
But when it was low tide you could walk across to it.
here was a lot of big rocks to be climbed all over.
We climbed the most biggest and furthest away rock.
It was so fun to ...
... a little into the muddy surrounds while the sun was settting.
We were able to join an English speaking tour in the Abbey where we found out about the history.
There is so much because it was built in 900's.
I found it very interesting, not sure the kids did. They were very patient during the hour long tour but as soon as it ended we got the I'm hungry and when are ...
... construction while I was there. They are in process of restoration work on the cathedral. They did a decent job trying to hide much of the construction sites. I took 2.5 hours and slowly walked through the whole Abbey and village. I tried to take photos, but I couldn't full capture how this place looks and feels in person. I knew I needed to be back at the bus station but I decided to walk and capture a few photos of the Abbey from a distance. What a great ...
... 8212;somehow unfazed by the appearance of a celestial vistor—said no. Aubert changed his mind, so the story goes, when Michael burned a hole into the bishop’s skull with one finger. The first structure was built soon after, and was then expanded dramatically in the eleventh century, taking the striking form we see today. You may decide for yourself whether the finished Abbey resembles a mostly-closed fist with the spire as one extended angelic finger.