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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the navigating. The navigating I can do, but reading and saying the French names I can't !! We had 15 kms to go so we set off on busier roads, then through villages and then got lost!! We must have missed a turn because we found ourselves back on the busy road instead of the bike path. However as that was an alternative way into St Malo, we decided to take it. We knew our hotel was on the beach front so abandoned the directions and followed ...
... here before the hotel room was ready so had a walk in the town and around the lake and lunch in the church grounds. The Hotel du Chateau is nice and we have dinner here tonight. This afternoon, after a spot of washing we visited the Castle of Combourg but unfortunately missed the English tour and had to take the French tour. The young lady who took the tour, could speak English but didn't - we were given a sheet of info but we missed a lot of the ...
... the old city. It is glorious. We viewed the forts again. The three forts were built on the rocks just to the north of the town; the Petit Bé, the Grand Bé and Fort National. We then walked along the Esplanade to the new part of the city. We bought fruit and water and headed back. It only cost E 50 cents for a small bottle of cold water. Amazing, particularly as this is peak season. Next we went for a dip in the ocean nearest to ...
... immersing ourselves in the town life. We walk down to our favorite patisserie each morning to buy our croissants and sit with our cafe creme in the sun and watch everyone walking past. We have walked every inch of the town as it's quite cool in the mornings (heaven after the heat of Paris and the Dordogne) and in the afternoon we come back to the hotel for a few hours rest before heading out again. Our day in St Malo was ...
We found a cafe for breakfast. Kim and I had Crepes and Ron and Alex had egg, bacon and toast. Alex drove us to Mont St Michel, 50km from St Malo. On the way we stopped at a CarreFour Supermarket for wine and nibbles. Mont St Michel was first built in 708 as a sanctuary in honour of the Archangel. It is an awesome structure. A Monastery and Abbey and village behind an enormous wall built on a rock island in marshland in an ...