Hotel de l'Abbaye
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... It has completely intact city walls, which we walked around, with views over the water and into the city. No as old as Dinan and has been a holiday resort for the wealthy fr many years. Bought a baguette which we ate in one of the old squares. Then an adventure to find our way to the bus station to get back to Dinan, Cath and I left it to the chaps and had a cold beer! Great value on the bus 2 € for a journey of over an hour. Dinner by the ...
Early morning visit to bakers for baguette and then david and I walked up the steep hill to dinan whilst Cath and Rich headed off to catch the small tourist train. We managed to leave our map behind but managed to find our way to the station. We couldn't retrieve the tix we had bought on the internet but david managed to explain our problem, Totally in French and we cMe WY with train tix to Nantes , our next stop. Spent an hour or so wandering Round the ...
... dinner time. Wouldn't you know it, but it was just after 2:00PM. We drove to several places and all they were serving was drinks. One place felt sorry for us and she made us some ham and cheese sandwiches, and we had a beer. She got a nice tip.
After that we headed home for a short nap and then back to St. Malo for some sightseeing and some dinner and wine. All in all a very nice ...
Another glorious day and we decided to walk along the river Rance to Lehon. We were only about 10 minutes into the walk when a lady stopped to tell us the path was closed due to falling rocks, so back to the Port across the bridge and off along the other side of the river. Nice stroll along the river bank, quite lot of walkers and cyclists, ...
Great day, sun shining and started with a short walk across the river to buy croissants and pastries for breakfast. Headed up the very steep road towards the old town of Dinan, passing many medieval houses many now art and craft shops. Wandered round twisting streets and found our way upto the old city ...