Hotel Le Castel Ac'h
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Steve reporting: Got to Versailles later than we wanted but very worth the trip. The opulence of Versailles is overwhelming as are the crowds! Wow to both! Glad we went and now off our bucket list. Today was the vacation opposite of our Montana fishing trip however we are so lucky to be able to do both. Food and wine both great. Lots of walking! Museums tomorrow . Women attractive and men ...
By this time Olivia was also suffering from a bad back (!), so we decided it was worth splashing out on a massage in the hotels health centre. It was very posh, and I think Olivia had a very decadent time! For the rest of the day we took things easy and ate in the hotel restaurant again, before retiring to the bar. A very tiring day!
On Saturday we spent the morning on the hotel beach, as the tide went out and left rock pools and streams everywhere. ...
I may have been one of the few awake at 6:30 am. I saw no one other than a crewman swabbing the deck as I went down to the promenade deck to walk. The starboard side was very windy and I started to get an earache, so I stopped after 4 times around—one mile. We had breakfast up on the Lido Deck and decided what we wanted to do during the day.
There are a lot of choices. There are fitness classes, fitness seminars, bridge ...
... driving to St Malo which is a 13th century walled town which is almost surrounded by water. Inside the streets are very narrow and lined with interesting shops and restaurants. Much was destroyed by the battle between the Germans and the Americans in 1944 but has now been restored. From there we drove inland to Dinan which is a medieval city with its cobbled streets and old wooden houses. We drove ...
... its walls. It was a successful stronghold during the Hundred Years' War. Following the dissolution of the religious community it was used as a prison. In 1894 it underwent major restoration and is now listed as a Unesco World Heritage site. To walk around around inside the Abbey and see how they lived and the size do the building and columns is ...