Manoir de la Hazaie
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Left Bordeaux 12am 9/6 day at sea. Arrive St Malo France 8am 11/6 we are tendered off here not sure about this and we have a day doing our own thing again. St Malo was first settled in the 8th century and 1st church built in 10th century. St Malo-We walked around the wall built around the medieval city with its cobbled stoned streets with views of the Mont Saint Monastery set high on an ...
... the Museum - the displays were average but the building and the views from the top of the watch tower was worth every Euro ... and stair!
Another excellent dinner in a little local restaurant (with very few tourists) and a walk on the walls at sunset (2200 hrs) - the wind is very cold. ...
... an hour - nice town.
the rest of the day is a rocket-run through to St Malo. It's a long drive , but well worth it. We arrive in St Malo after 1800 hrs and find the hotel. We go to dinner at L'ancherage and enjoy a very pleasant meal before walking along the old walls to see the setting sun ... wow! ...
... he needed the shade. Had left is good one in UK. Still time to fill in before the bus and decided to walk around the headland in the other direction from yesterday. Again some stunning views and huge houses. An affluent area. Ian says Chirac likes holidaying there. Lunch at a small village around the coast and including a jug of the local cider which was poured into bowls. Also most ...
A coolish day but fine. Cool wind After a nice breakfast we wandered along the path around the point of huge homes towards the water taxi to take us to st Malo. Spectacular views although hazy in the morning. St Malo is a walled fortress with heaps of photo opportunities. Rocky islands aplenty, many with old fortresses on them In the centre of the walled town were the shops and ...