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TripAdvisor Reviews Maison Tirel-Guerin Saint-Meloir-des-Ondes
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... proper moving wheels. Just as well as the bus only takes us part of the way. We then have about a 300m walk including uphill, through a very narrow cobblestone street dodging other tourists. Now that we're back carrying our own luggage, I'm very pleased that I packed light. Our hotel is very cute and tiny. One of those where you have to go outside to change your mind ;). Well kitted out though. We head out to explore the 'rock' and the ...
... tour of an oyster farm, including a tasting and even a bit of off road riding so it was a bit of fun. Rob was on fire today, up the front of the pack after the oyster tasting. One large hill sorted him out but he recovered quickly. We arrived at our hotel at 3:30. And what a hotel. It is a three storey chateau with additional buildings that now house the hotel and ...
... been an important pilgrimage center since 708 A.D. when the bishop of Avranches heard the voice of the Archangel Michael saying basically "If you build it ...they will come." Much of the 1200 years of history was lost during World War II when its archives were taken to St-Lo for safe keeping, only to be destroyed in the D-Day fighting. This is also a UNESCO world heritage site. We had lunch together, said our goodbyes to Celine's parents and Valentin, and ...
... the night. Coll decided to explore the Chateau while I refilled our fresh water supply. She reported that the chateau was worth visiting, though it was more of a fortress than a chateau. It dates back to the 10th century when the Northmen (the Vikings) settled here. The 'fortress' was expanded, besieged, burnt down, rebuilt and further fortified over the ensuing 800 years,.. and finally taken over by the City Council of Fougeres in the 20th century and declared a ...
... since it was built and with the weather turning warm we were bracing ourselves for large crowds.
It is truly a sight to behold. We were all excited when we first spotted it in the distance on our drive there and being proper tourists we pulled over at a couple of spots to take too many photos! There is a road bridge built to the island however to get there you must take a free bus or a paid horse and carriage from ...