Brit Hotel Le Surcouf
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... so this was my chance.
With the help of 'Doris' our trusty sat nav and armed with my 'all the aires' book we found our aire on the outskirts of St Malo no problem at all........but we soon discovered that our 'open all year round' aire was closed!! Whilst we pondered what to do next and I got the 'that's another fine mess you've got us in to' look we were approached by a lovely old french monsieur who was ...
... gothic abbey, is built on a small granite outcrop with one of the highest tidal ranges in Europe.
Le Mont St Michel is not just a church on a rock; it is a whole mediaeval city, one of the few places in France to have preserved intact its mediaeval walls and defences. The city, though small, has about 40 inhabitants and a mayor, and in addition to its religious monuments, has old houses, narrow streets, ...
... the chicken I’d bought for tea. Thankfully though he turned the board around, ‘grab my foot’ he said and grabbing his ankle I was towed (pardon the pun) back to shore. It’s hard not to look embarrassed when you’re battling the elements but I did my best, and waving to the fishermen on the bridge, my saviour pulled me through the waves to the sandy shore. And safely standing on two feet again I gave him a great big kiss.
... dry, so we packed up and set off for St Malo. In St Malo the wind strengthened enough to stop P &P in their tracks before they were blown over by the wind. Fortunately there was no damage. A bigger challenge was boarding where the side wind nearly pushed us off the ramp. But we're safely on now and waiting to set sail. Bon voyage et Bon nuit. Next blog from the ...
... being bare sand to completely submerged. Even the new bridge that has only this year been completed, depending on the times, can still be impassable.
On both of our visits there was bare sand for miles. It would be awesome to also see the Mont completely surrounded by water – quite a different sight and feel I would imagine. On our first afternoon we only walked around the outside of the Mont, then the following morning, we ...