Hotel Restaurant Port Jacquet
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... Gorse, and gorse is the clan flower of Clan McClennan, so Jenny feels quite at home.
We booked StMalo for two nights so we could visit Mont St Michel before we went across to the Channel Islands. Once again we were glad we were there (StMichel)off peak as the place was crowded.. The lower slopes of the island are very commercial , all the usual tack plus Paua jewellery made in NZ!! The abbey is spectacular to see and tour, with panoramic views, the ...
... ways a satnav can take you so I re-jigged it for 'shortest route'.
For once Garmin did itself proud, the roads were dry now it although it was cloudy, and we had some brilliant biking roads.
The only down side to picking 'shortest' is Garmin route planners will take you through some f**ker's front room if they could get away with it. So there was the occasional farm track and log pile but overall ...
Woke up at 6am to 'Two & half men' repeating opening titles "Men,men,men,men,menly men men men, ooohhh", laptop had been left on.
Went back to bed.
Next thing.....'Bing bong, ladies & gentlemen the boat will be docking in 15 minutes, please make your way to your vehicles'. But it's only 7am. The ticket says 8.15am.
Thanks Brittany Ferries, they don't say you board in English time but get off in French time who are an hour in front.
"Will, Will, wake up, ...
Had to drop off the hire car this morning and walked into town from the Avis depot, about 2 klms we walked around for a couple of hours in the old town and then Cheryl organised to get her nails done again !
We walked for about five ...
... up with politics from back home and me to work on the blog. As we'd had a satisfying lunch and knowing that we have to leave the hotel by 6.45 tomorrow to catch the ferry to Guernsey we'd decided to forgo dinner, but a knock on the door and an offer of a picnic tea complete with cider down in the bar area with the Davis' who supplied this fine meal and the Huons, allowed us to forget our good intentions and join them in this delicious ...