Lovely little chapel on your way up to the top. If you come early you'll be able to avoid the crowds and have the entire chapel to yourself. Lovely and peaceful.
At Mont St Michel there are many novel (important) site to see. This is surely one. This is one of the sites that would have been seen on the pilgrim"s path. It is surely worth the effort.
Mont St. Michel is an iconic and recognizable island cathedral off the coast of Normandy. Centuries old, it's a fascinating structure to visit, surrounded but the sea at high tide. There are many many steps to climb, to reach the chapel at the top. The construction, requiring hauling and lifting large stone blocks many hundreds of feet up the structure,... 更多
When you go there, you will get the Medieval feels. Inside you will see rose windows like other abbeys and other common stuff found in churches. There are some blank rooms and souvenir shops inside the building. Outside, there is a beautiful garden good for taking pictures. From the abbey, you will see the breathtaking view of the bay.
The church is small, but very nice and intimate, with a rough stone façade and small windows. It is dedicated to Saint Aubert, the bishop of Avranches, who was (according to the legend) instructed by the Archangel Michael in 708 to build a church here. The story said that he ignored the instruction until finally Michael burned a hole in... 更多
Gotta kick off the shoes and make the round during low tide. Definitely charming site and interesting story/history to go... 更多
The Chappelle was literally juts steps outside our hotel door - the Logis buildings of the Auberge Saint Pierre. A... 更多