Auberge de La Selune

2 Rue Saint Germain, Ducey, Basse-Normandie, Normandy, 50220, France | Inn
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This inn is located on 2 Rue Saint Germain, Ducey.
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    Normandy

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Jul 17, 2014

    109 photos

    ... do a bit of blackberry and bramble crashing when we lost the trail for a bit, but soon ended up in Flamanville where there was a port and not much else. Bought some water and went back around the road way, about 4km. The kids had a swim, and even I did too a bit later. Barry went back to Les Prieux to update the Herald. We watched the sun set just after 10 and Anna and Haydn had another swim. Although it was a rather noisy night we decided to stay another day since ...

    Granville and more mussels

    A travel blog entry by rcampbellburns on Jul 17, 2014

    12 photos

    ... to take some photos of them and their lovely house. Paul was still feeling very fatigued but decided hwanted to try and go out for dinner so we booked a table at Las Gourmet for dinner in Brecey. At 7.30pm we met at the restaurant and walked up the stairs to the terrace where we were the only table. Hysterically when we sat down Averil noticed her dress was inside out so she stepped to the side of the table and did a quick strip and turn the right way ...

    Hot on the Mont

    A travel blog entry by 2and2 on Jul 17, 2014

    ... when we got suckered into the museum pass. It was 18 euros for the adults, sort of a bend over situation in my mind. The museums were playa, the chastity belt was fairly horrifying so that was worth the price of admission there. Medieval torture instruments, huge riding boots and a statue of a guy that got stuck in the quick sand ( which completely terrified Ripley) were all part of the museum. He last section had the dungeon part which Ripley was not prepared for and screamed when ...

    Le Mont Saint Michel, Normandy

    A travel blog entry by rcampbellburns on Jul 16, 2014

    10 photos

    After a breakfast and a load of washing we finally got going about 10.30am and by the time we had driven to Le Mont Saint Michel and parked it was close to 11.30am. We got the shuttle bus across to the island as there is a lot of roadwork going on as they redevelop the approach to the Mont for an opening next year. Today when we arrived the tide was still quite high and it was easy to see that when the water was up at high tide how it would look quite spectacular with the ...

    Le Mont St Michel

    A travel blog entry by jgazz on Jul 02, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... kilometres away from the castle. The following morning Dean and I went for an early morning run to enjoy the spectacular Mont St Michel. The castle is humongous and despite all the restaurants, hotels and cafes down the bottom section it still represents what it was like very long ago, and because we went so early we got to enjoy the place before all the large tourist groups arrived, very ...