On Monday we took a look at the first destination on our day trip out of Saint-Malo following our transatlantic crossing aboard Holland America’s MS Ryndam. That first stop was Mont Saint-Michel. Later that day our Cruise Critic group wound up in the port city of Dinan located along the river Rance. Dinan’s main attraction however is not the port. It’s the medieval walls and the enclosed old town situated high above the Rance. Some of the buildings hiding behind this fortification date back to the 13th Century.
Yeah, there’s a photo opportunity or two awaiting you in Dinan. Unfortunately, the weather that was our friend earlier that day in Mont Saint-Michel had turned on us by that afternoon. Skies were gray and intermittent showers dampened our sojourn behind the walls.
Nevertheless, I did manage to capture a few images worthy of display: