Hotel-Restaurant Des Bains
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We had a bit of an early start today and headed down to Le Mont Saint Michel. What a miserable morning it was, it was cold, windy and raining. As we were getting closer the weather wasn't getting any better and thoughts of just keep going where at the front of our minds. As we came closer we could see Le Mont sitting amongst the mist and rain. Do we stay or do we go? We thought what the heck, we are here, it is just a bit of rain, photos won't be great but too bad, at least we have done ...
... 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.
Yesterday was New Years Eve.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
That is the end of 2014.
I can't wait for 2015. 2014 was a really good year.
But also sad a little, because we left some of our family.
But the good thing was we went traveling. It has been fun.
Next we are off to Disney land. It is going to be SO FUN! ...
As we were leaving, the lights on Mont St Michel lit up this amazing place and it looked magical.
We drove to Cancale which is a small fishing port well known for its amazing and huge oysters.
We were buying a dozen oysters (size 1, each as long as Greg's hand) fresh from the oyster farmers, for 5 euro ($7.50aus). People just eat them on the spot and the beach is strewn ...
After breakfast, head to the tiny town of Mont St. Michel, connected by causeway to the mainland and home to only a few dozen full-time residents. Enjoy an included tour of the medieval town and its eleventh century Romanesque Abbey, world-famous for its dramatic clifftop perch, as well as its rich history. Breton legend has it that the archangel Michael appeared to Aubert, the local bishop, in 708 AD and demanded that a church be built on this stony promontory, ...