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... 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. ...
We drove to Plergeur. It took 4 hours. It is a good place.
There was a little swing set but it got destroyed, a dead bird and a badminton game.
We went to Mont St Michel.
It is a church and a lot of houses on a rock.
We went inside the church and got an English tour.
It took around about an hour. But in my case ...
St Malo was a cool town surrounded by the old city walls.
We walked the 1.8km along the top of them taking loads of photos of the beautiful view.
The kids just had to climb over the rocks to get to the exposed island at low tide.
Riley and Jordan ran off to climb and the 6 yr old little girl followed, climbing all the slippery and big rocks.
I don't think ...
... 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 ...
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, ...