Le Mont St-Michel hadn’t totally tired us out so after meeting up with Beau and Ester we walked down into Centreville to see the castle.
The castle was fun and we took a few pictures of churches in the area.
Why is L’Eglise St Jean sideways?:
When I lived in Caen someone told me that the church was commissioned by the king who wanted a divorce. In exchange for the pope’s permission to divorce the king had to build another church. The king had a lot of contempt for all of that so he had the church built on top of a riverbed. As a result the whole thing sunk to one side and is leaning the direction it is today.
Back to Travels:
Tonight we’re going to take the train back through Paris to Chartres where we’ll visit for a few days to see some of the capital sites.