Hotel La Voilerie Cancale
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... a dining room.
Just in one church wow, but there was a lot more to it.
That took about 3 hours, my brother, sister and I got really bored.
The next morning which was day two we went to 2 different places.
The first was Cancale and we walked around the coast line.
This place was very well known for catching oysters. My dad bought a ton of them.
... 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 ...
... of let Riley as a 6 yr old, do the same things that Zara is doing.
Luckily Zara has a sensible, responsible 11 yr old brother who was looking after her.
New Years Eve we celebrated by eating out at a cosy restaurant back in Cancale.
A yummy 3 course meal of fish soup, mussels and mackeral and crepes for dessert.
Greg was also able to buy some more oysters for a New Years ...
... get to the train station in time to fumble my way to purchasing a ticket. By the way, I've become very good at babbling my French phrases, and using my finger pointing sign language. It's come in quite handy. Using the metro is a breeze now. I use my Paris metro app, log my final destination, and on we go. Once off the metro, I walk to the train station, find the ticket stand, and purchase a ticket. All they had were 1st class tickets - Darn! :-) for about ...
... 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.