Manoir de Kerledan

Address: Route de Kerledan, Carhaix-Plouguer, Brittany, 29270 , France | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on Route de Kerledan, Carhaix-Plouguer.
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      Travel Blogs from Carhaix-Plouguer

      Armistice Day

      A travel blog entry by adriennetrapani on Nov 11, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      This is a public holiday in France that honors the tens of millions of lives lost in WWI. No family was untouched by this war here. While I've seen my Great Grandfathers' draft cards for this war, they were all in the U.S. and didn't see action (as far as I ...

      Forêt de Huelgoat

      A travel blog entry by adriennetrapani on Nov 10, 2014

      2 comments, 8 photos

      The mythical Broceliande Forest, home to the legends of Arthur and Merlin, used to cover most of Brittany. I found a remnant part of this magical realm in the forêt de Huelgoat. While I didn't encounter Merlin, I'm certain there are elves in this ...

      Gallette

      A travel blog entry by adriennetrapani on Nov 09, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      This one's quick and simple. My first gallette and cup of farm cider. Better than I remember. Considering they're part of the reason I traveled 5,000 miles, you can bet they're pretty good. So good, I forgot to take a photo of the gallette! Guess I'll have to eat another ...

      Normandy Beaches

      A travel blog entry by anna.and.daniel on Nov 07, 2014

      1 comment, 84 photos

      ... we start to learn about the “locks” that are water ways in between city’s that control the condition of the fields. The “locks” were put in my Napoleon but Hitler used them to keep the fields marshy as additional protection for the surrounding towns. We go to a special town called Angoville-Au-Plain. In this little town there is a church that served as a hospital for wounded soldiers. Inside there is ...

      The Cairn de Barnenez

      A travel blog entry by dindhenry on Nov 01, 2014

      3 photos

      Di asked if we could divert to see the Cairn de Barnenez, so off we went, through lovely villages and a small town called Morlaix.

      The Cairn, for those of you that are not avid Time Team watchers, is an ancient burial mound placed in prominent position usually a top hills, and highly visible. This one dates from some 4500 years ago and is called the French Panthenon and is the oldest monument ...