The waters of St. Malo are crystal clear and blue, making people want to be close, and sailing on a sailing boat is a good idea. The boat slowly drove out of the pier, bypassed the white lighthouse, and looked back at St. Malo from the sea to see its beautiful outline. The boat swayed in the blue sea and talked with the boss of the boat in charge of his past experience and life. Everyone talked and laughed and relaxed. The boat is circled in St. Malo Bay. The tidal drop of more than ten meters per day and the strong North Atlantic currents in St. Malo Bay not only make the sea water very pure, but also rich in trace elements and nutrients. As early as 160 years ago, it was discovered that this rich seawater in St. Malo Bay can treat diseases such as rhinitis, nasal congestion and asthma in the respiratory system. As a result, many seawater hyperthermia centers have been built around the Gulf of St. Malo, which are favored by middle-aged and elderly women. The ship turned a corner and parked in a small harbor. The ship's boss took out fresh oysters and snacks from the cabin like a juggling, and there was just a good wine in the ice. On the spot, when you open a oyster and drink a glass of white wine, the French romantic life permeates every detail.
On the French highways and on the country roads, the cars are noticed, and the French are generally speeding. If you walk at the speed limit, they will cling to you behind the ghost like a ghost, and don't push it by the horn. It is close to you. But there is no such problem in the urban area of Paris, because everyone is not going to get up. Sometimes it takes 30 minutes to walk and 30 minutes to drive.
The old town of St. Malo is the first ancient city I went to France. It is located on the Brittany peninsula and has a strong ancient wall against pirates. The coastline is very spectacular and the beach scenery is also very charming. The buildings in the old city are full of age, and every piece of heavy masonry seems to tell the bravery of people resisting pirates. There are a lot of wooden stakes on the coastline, and there is basically a seagull at the top of each of them. It seems that the heroes who guard the city are standing here and sticking to the home behind them.
When it comes to St. Malo, you can't get rid of pirates, mention pirates, and have to think of the Caribbean. The most legendary place in St. Malo is the name of its "Pirate City". The French writer Fochbaye once called St. Malo the stone crown on the waves. This is because the two-kilometer-long wall of St. Malos old city is mostly 15 to 17th-century stone and wood buildings. Today's Saint Malo is not an ancient city. The original old city was destroyed during World War II. It was the French people who rebuilt completely after the war.
There is a special holiday every four years in Saint Malo. Everyone will wear an old sailor suit, driving a sailing ship in the age of voyages, dozens of sailboats, and sailing to the Caribbean Sea, very spectacular.
In the ancient city of St. Malo, there are also intricate shopping streets, especially good to buy. A variety of good-looking chocolates, with hand-made gifts, special clothing, hurry up the wallet.
Demeure de Corsaire
History Museum of Saint Malo
The Originals Boutique, Hôtel des Marins, Saint-Malo (Inter-Hotel)