Manoir de Rigourdaine
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... Syndrome and that's why he is portrayed as a big brave Knight. We then headed to the Abbey. This is truly the most spectacular part of the place. The architecture is incredible. We took the audio tour to gain a little insight into the history of the place and eventually walked out with brain overload but in awe. There are so many rooms and stairs and chapels and dining rooms and prayer meeting rooms. Once again whilst the weather is not perfect we are actually thrilled to be ...
... all over the rocks. I climbed a rock that almost went over the walls of the prison. That was so fun.
The next day was New Years Eve. We just waited till 1:00pm to have a late lunch/dinner at a restaurant.
Now it is 2015, yay.
We skyped family and then we went to a place called Dinan.
It was all closed because of New Years so we walked around the old buildings and city walls. ...
... 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 ...
... 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.