Le Gue du Holme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... for all the pilgrims and lords and ladies who came to visit and cooked and served them food and looked after them if they were sick. We took an English tour for an hour and it was fascinating. It's so huge and you go from one huge room to the next all decorated differently and amazingly. It was used as a prison for 70 years and they kicked the monks out but today there are 7 monks and five nuns in residence permanently who still celebrate mass. I will let the pictures tell the ...
... would do so I was left holding two bikes wondering which way to go. I started pushing them and a couple of minutes later I hear a yell from Kerry urging me to come back. He had waited for me out the gate but I did't come so he had to park illegally and come racing back to find me. It was all hilarious but we booked in to a gem of a campground and are heading out to the Mont tomorrow for a good ...
... won!! The audio for the tapestry and the little museum was very good! We went back to Arromanches to get Tim the souvenir coins and eat dinner at our favorite spot -- 6 Juin Cafe! To get Tim's coins, I walked back up the hill to the Cinema 360 theatre gift shop!! Gary waited at the bottom in town and had a beer! After dinner, we paid for our hotel since we will be leaving early in the morning, Said goodbye to Carole and Eric!! ...
... again. We waited on the bridge for about 10 minutes, hoping for full illumination but never getting it. We got the best photos we could of the mountain and the mud flats that surround it at low tide in the Bay of Mont St. Michel (people used to walk across the mud before they built the bridge), and then made our way to the entrance and decided to split up. Marcia has some trouble climbing hills with her bad knees, so she and Larry went up to the first set of ramparts ...
Stayed at this 5* Castels campsite for 3 nights. Enjoyed lovely woodland walks to the surrounding village of St Leonard in Epiniac and days out to Cancale and Le Vivier walking on the beach amongst the oyster beds. Also spent the day in Dinan, it's great having the car to explore the area without having to move the ...