Hotel Ar Terra Nova

8 Rue Godard, Saint-Malo, Brittany, 35400, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 8 Rue Godard, Saint-Malo, is near Grand Aquarium Saint-Malo, St Vincent Cathedral, Fort National, and Les Thermes Marins.
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    Travel Blogs from Saint-Malo

    Tom Tom has a penchant for excitement!

    A travel blog entry by leprovost on Jul 25, 2014

    7 photos

    ... could escape but Tom Tom found us an alternative taking us straight through the middle of a village as they were setting up the square for the market. Tom Tom has a penchant for excitement alright!

    Our first stop was in the region of the Marie Poitevin, a low lying swamp that has been heavily canalised to enable access for farmers. Known as the Venice Vert (or green Venice) it is France's answer to Mandurah! The next day we headed for our ...

    Normandy

    A travel blog entry by kelleyr on Jul 17, 2014

    109 photos

    ... and back through town. We found another less crowded part of the coast to stop for lunch and dam building, before going on to Granville, a big town with a port. The Aire was up in the top bit. We walked along another promenade in the historic Haute Ville high above the beach on one side and overlooking the newer part of town on the other. The boat that goes to Jersey and Guernsey was in port - on my bucketlist. Jersey is only about an hour away but at around ...

    Hot on the Mont

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

    ... and all the chapels in the network of rooms through the buildings. A room full of columns, the giant hamster wheel that slaves ran on to lift things up to the Abby, the small chapels were all rally cool and unique. There was also some art installations lights and the alphabet in one room that I would have liked to see in the light show later that night. Sadly after all the heat and museums the kids were done by this time and we kind of hurried through the last bits. By the time we ...

    What a strange name...

    A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Jul 07, 2014

    9 photos

    ... battles and the days of knights here in this great courtyard and up on the battlements, all dressed in their finery!

    The rain suddenly poured down again outside as the black clouds rolled by, thunder rumbling. We sheltered in a doorway with a large Italian family of about 3 generations, and it was all still beautiful. The sun came out again and we continued on up the last tower - there were 5 in all - and across ...

    Le Mont St Michel

    A travel blog entry by jgazz on Jul 02, 2014

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... to give way at small intersections but approaching with caution has been our rule of thumb. By the time we worked ourselves out and had a bit of lunch, Luke, Kate and the kids were arriving in their boat. We spent the remainder of the day driving as far south as we could arriving at a camping ground where Kate and I pointed at the semi English tariff sheet and tested what little French we ...