Whew! Got back from England and rushed around washing clothes and unpacking as my sister, her husband and another couple arrived for a quick trip to Paris and Nurmandy.
Mont St Michel is always on the list if you are anywhere near. It is so exciting to see it in the distance and to be awed by the view as you get closer and closer.
One of the first places you pass as you make the climb uphill is la Mere Poulard, famous for omletes and baked goods.
A view of the kitchen with a photo of Mere Poulard. I love all of those copper pans but I sure wouldn’t want to polish them.
This is the guy who whips the eggs like crazy and then they are poured into a long handled pan which has been sitting over a fire to make omelets. I’ve had one and didn’t like it-too foamy and not dry enough for me.
A view from about half way up. Mont St Michel is an island which is surrounded by the sea. The tide was out while we were there. You can actually walk way out onto the sand but must always be aware of tide times.