Mont-Saint-Michel in Black & White, Part II of the Series

Note: This is Part II of a Mont-Saint-Michel series. Click for Part I – Mystical, Magical, Magnificent…France’s Mont-Saint-Michel

Where in the World?

Published by Tricia A. Mitchell

Tricia A. Mitchell is a freelance writer and a co-founder of Eloquence. Born in Europe but raised in the United States, she has lived in Valletta, Malta, as well as Heidelberg, Germany. An avid globetrotter who has visited more than 65 countries, she has a penchant for off-season travel. Tricia has learned that travel’s greatest gift is not sightseeing, rather it is the interactions with people. Some of her most memorable experiences have been sharing a bottle of champagne with distant French cousins in Lorraine, learning how to milk goats in a sleepy Bulgarian village, and ringing in the Vietnamese New Year with a Hanoi family. She welcomes any opportunity to practice French and German, and she loves delving into a place’s history and artisanal food scene. A former education administrator and training specialist, Tricia has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education and a master’s degree in international relations. She and her husband, Shawn, married in the ruins of a snowy German castle. They’ve been known to escape winter by basing themselves in coastal Croatia or Southeast Asia. Though they are currently nomadic, they look forward to establishing a European home someday. Her writing has appeared in Fodor’s Travel, Frommer’s, and International Living.

4 thoughts on “Mont-Saint-Michel in Black & White, Part II of the Series

  1. Trish:
    As you know, Mont. St. Michel has held a fascination for me for a long time. I have researched articles, pictures and so on, but your blog was the most informative and interesting, I have ever read!! A superb job.
    Mary Ann

  2. Thanks, Mary Ann! Seeing this message made us so happy to know that you’re back home again and recovering so well!

    I’m flattered by your kind comment – thank you. Perhaps MSM might be one of your destinations for 2012?

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