Le Gue du Holme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... 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 ...
... St Michel today on the bus and will bike ride there tomorrow too. It's only a 15 minute bus ride out there and is just so spectacular, just as it appears on postcards. The tide was out and because it was 4pm, thousands were leaving and also a few like us arriving. We had a look round the Abbey and gardens and through the streets. It was crowded at times but I couldn't imagine what it would be like at peak times. It was so amazing and such a thrill to be there. We will go back in ...
... or a combination of the three. Anyway I thought I would pace myself in order to last the 53 km. The last 10 kms were up and down hills though Geoff said he didn't classify them as hills, I certainly did. However I managed to keep going albeit in the lowest gear. Even coming into town passed the chateau was up a hill so I was pretty tired when we finally got to our hotel, Hotel Les Voyageurs set right in the centre of town. It's a ...
... other English speakers left half way through the tour. The grounds were vast and beautiful, so we had a long walk before heading to the hotel for a wine. Tomorrow we have a big day of 53 kms and as its Sunday, breakfast doesn't start till 8am . The weather also is on the change and rain is forecast. We are happy to take each day as it comes. Combourg is more touristy than Dinan with lots of people on bikes and more English spoken. Off to Fougeres ...
We woke up at 10:00 and took the metro to the Gare Saint Lazare. Once we got there we were confused about where to go. After we asked around we figured out that there was one section for local trains and one for the grand lines. We made our way over to the grand lines and found the train that went to Lison. After waiting about fifteen minutes we got the track number and got on the train. We found some seats and ...