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... its Kingdom, wow. Super excited now we jumped on the bus and headed out. It is truly a remarkable piece of architecture and dates back to 708AD, OMFG I was about to walk into something that is over 1,300 years old, how fricken cool. It is very gothic and very imposing. We wandered through the cobblestone village before heading through the house of the Knight Bertrand Duguesclin and his wife. Kinda tiny for a Knight and even his armour was small. I think he must have suffered from ...
We arrived in Plerguer after about a 4 hour drive. It took for ever. When we arrived we found
our unit easy.
We went to Mont St Michel. It is a church, a couple of shops and houses on a massive rock.
We went inside the massive church, it is called an abbey.
We got a tour guide to tell us what certain areas of the church where. Like the main church bit, where the monks ...
... like 2 hours.
Today we went to old castle walls at St Malo and walked all the way around.
We passed a prison in the water.
But when it was low tide you could walk across to it.
here was a lot of big rocks to be climbed all over.
We climbed the most biggest and furthest away rock.
It was so fun to ...
It is tempting to be blasť about visiting another walled city. But arriving mid afternoon gave us the opportunity to walk through the ancient streets and down an improbably steep lane to the river running through the bottom of the typically picturesque valley, with a viaduct and the walls dominating the skyline.
The shops were a mix of small eateries, pharmacy, the usual tourist souvenir places and something different, Dinan is the home of artists and artisans. As we ...
... support beams of all different sizes (because trees aren’t always the same height—the differences in height of the many support beams is compensated for with big rocks under the shorter beams). The tax-evading construction of these homes makes this town amazing. The buildings are almost all crooked. A few of them almost touched each other on the second or third floor. We’re not sure how they’re all still standing!
As we explored the ...