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... paid him before even knowing what I was really going to see. Turns out it was a worthwhile purchase as we got to enter the dungeon and see some gardens that are not available to the general public. There were also so many cool artifacts on display including hundred of keys, skulls, and wax seals. I was very entertained! After the museum we visited the Abby for about two hours. We took an audio guide that gave all sorts of ...
I LOVED THIS PLACE IT IS A FAIRY TAIL PLACE THAT THERE IS NOTHING TO COMPARE IT TO. WHEN I PUT MY EYES ON IT I THOUGHT IT WAS SUCH A MYSTICAL VISION IN FRONT OF ME, AND IT NEVER STOPPED THERE. I WAS THERE FOR 7 hours,AND I HATED TO LEAVE. MAYBE I WILL COME BACK SO ME DAY. ALL I HAVE NOW IS MEMORIES AND REALLY GOOD ONES. SO I WILL STOP NOW AND JUST POST THE PICTURES. ...
... innocent?? Just saying what they said.........Haaaaaaa. Monique don't laugh he maybe!!! I HAVE REACHED A PLACE CALLER "MONT ST. MICHEL" LOOK IT UP (SMALL ISLAND ) Thursday evening, I arrived here and I am in my bed, happy as a clam. I think there are a few pictures to post so o will do that and say good night, and tomorrow will bring a new adventure and different type of pictures. Stay tuned God Bless and hold you while you sleep. TELL YOU MORE TOMORROW WITH PICTURES ...
We left Surgeres and continued heading north towards the top of France. We stopped in a large town called Nantes. It has a very good tram network. We took the tram into the city centre. It was Sunday so everything was closed but there was a charity fun run on so a lot of people about. We found an amazing old castle to wander around.
The next day we went in again expecting the shops to now be ...
... on the banks of the River Rance estuary near Dinard. We thought we'd look out for a cafe along the way to get a baguette - we had decided against a picnic as the car would get hot and we had no way of keeping food cool, saving our chicken and salad for dinner. But in every town we passed through patisseries were shut for lunch and we didn't see any cafés with sandwiches. And so we arrived unfed at Dinard and found the Montmarin gardens.