Hotel Nuit et Jour
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... The route took us along the coast weaving in and out out villages, through market gardens, maize fields and farms. The smells of the farms were interspersed with the smell of the fishing boats and mussel and oyster fields. The coast was amazing because the tide was out and there was about 500 metres + until the water. People were walking out carrying fishing lines and someone was wheeling their bicycle. It wasn't dry sand, it was wet clay type of ...
... right to the door to the town. There were people around but it was deserted compared with the previous day. We spend a bit of time taking photos and watching the sun trying to rise and then as we turned to go the shuttle buses were letting off waves of people. Apart from not seeing Mont St Michel at night, we felt we had seen and done everything we wanted to do and thought it was amazing. We rode on the bike path again through lanes lined with trees, maize fields and farm ...
Our itinerary says 48 kms today from Fougeres to Pontorson. This morning we were treated to 20 kms of cycle paths through pretty farm land and acres and acres of maize fields. There were a few locals running, biking or walking their dogs but in general really quiet and lovely. It looked like it may have been a rail way track in years gone by and there was the odd tunnel but otherwise no sign of any tracks. Our first stop was at Antrain where we ended up coming into town completely the ...
... it with this company at this time. The tow path was almost empty except a few locals walking their dogs. There were lots of locks on the canal, with lock keepers and pretty cottages. It didn't warm up till after 9 am. The kms rocketed by, with only stops to take photos plus find a pharmacy for me as I feel I have a sore throat and cold coming. We decided against doing the detour to a zoo and chateaux, and to get to Combourg and have a quiet afternoon. ...
... 1 1/2 miles. The weather was great and the view pretty special, so the walk passed easily. We got there and picked out our restaurant and got our food. Julie ordered salt lamb from the area, oysters and farbreton. I got a weird fluffy omelet thing with half raw egg fluff (it's a specialty of mont saint Michel but I didn't like it very much), a salad, and an egg custard. Cooper got roast chicken, a salad, and ...