Hotel La Granitiere
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... St Michel, which I was sad to miss, it was near the Port we originally were to go to, St Malo,but many American people will have traveled from the ship, to the beaches and Cemetery's,some distance away,today. We saw those in 2007,so have seen a little of this part of France...
We walked back to the ship, not too far,and then after lunch we went to the terminal to try the free Wi Fi, well not great, so back for a nice read in the ...
Today we drove to La Rochelle to find somewhere new to stay. We ended up in a parking lot near the town centre, which we explored later on in the day. Whilst we was in the village centre, we went to visit all the market stalls, got some sweets and went to a fancy ice cream parlour called 'Earnests'. From here we explored the port into which fishermen bought their ...
... I told her we would be going to St. Malo in a few days, she told us that her grandfather was from there. We really hated to say goodbye, and I think she did too. One of the most enjoyable things about travel is meeting new people. I thought that we could probably be great friends if an ocean and a language barrier didn't separate us. Before we left, Ed and I made our rounds to say goodbye to the farm animals. Paul McCartney squealed again when Ed rubbed ...
... of the year is filled with very important dates for me: Thanksgiving, my birthday, Christmas, and New Years. And while doing absolutely nothing on Thanksgiving and listening to children complain about everything, I wanted to be home. I wanted to celebrate these days with people I care about. And I desperately wanted a dose of Southern hospitality.
French culture has been leaving me very dissatisfied as of late. True, the pastries are to die for, the fashion is fantastic, and ...
... to be happy.
I've been researching the tower since I saw it and I've only been able to find out it was an observatory. However, doing my own guessing, I think it was built before Emmanuel Liais built his estate. The architecture and brick work looks older/less modern than his houses and greenhouses.
Saturday I explored Cherbourg again. I bought a few postcards for friends/family. Got a few presents for upcoming birthdays, but I haven't ...