Shrinking The Planet – One Ride At A Time

Eastward Through France, We Visit the Mont.

The latest episode of our Planet Ramble takes us further east across France with a visit to the famous Mont Saint Michel.  An amazing Middle Ages Fortress and Monastery, it was attacked many times in history, but never taken.  We walk through and find “interesting” things inside.

If you’d like to visit, click HERE.

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We hope you enjoy!



2 responses

  1. itsmewilly

    Hello, yes, as you said Mont Saint Michel was ” attached” (chuckle) many times…. to the main land that is, depending on the high and low tides. It is also true that it was “attacked” unsuccessfully precisely because the enemy who would try to walk there during low tide would drown when suddenly high tide came in. In these modern times there are many ways to get there,among others per bridge so in a way it’s permanently attached to the main land and only attacked by tourists. (Can’t help myself.It’s the proof reader in me. )


    June 22, 2017 at 10:51 pm

  2. Aggh!!! You got me Willy!!!


    June 24, 2017 at 11:44 am

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