Escale Oceania Saint Malo
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- Babysitting service
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Room service
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... of safety, we walked up the steep hill at the far end. By the church we found a market then pedalled onto to Pointe du Grouin, a rocky headland with views on all sides and nice paths to walk down to the waters edge. There were hundreds of people there, passing through, including people on a horse trek. Unfortunately as we turned to leave, Geoff found he had lost his specs. This time no amount of searching found them this time so I had to ...
... 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 ...
... found. Sitting by the church we also found the bike trail that we had previously missed so we were able to keep going in the right direction. The next 28 kms were partly cycle track and partly on small country roads and all very pleasant riding, only one major hill. When got to town, found our hotel, Hotel Ariane, but our room wasn't ready so we went and ate our picnic lunch near by the church along with the local alcoholic who was on the steps around the corner. We had decided to go ...
... 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 ...
... and their parents. We rode on that bus for fifteen minutes and dropped us in a village right before the monte. The village seemed touristy but at the same time seamed not too busy which I really liked. We walked around trying to find our hotel for the better part of a half an hour. Once we found it we realized it was right next to where the bus dropped us off. We got into our hotel and started to kick back in the ...