Travel Blogs from Carnac, France

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Arrivée à Carnac, Carnac, France travel blog

Arrivée à Carnac

A travel blog entry by lfichter

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... qu'au moins deux aires d'autoroute exploite à fond le filon, chacune incluant "Brocéliande" dans son nom. vient enfin l'arrivée à Carnac. Là, impossible de passer à côté de champs de menhirs. Et si vous y parvenez, sans doute le musée de ...

Carnac/Vannes day trip, Carnac, France travel blog

Carnac/Vannes day trip

A travel blog entry by twopeasinparis

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We borrowed Maminine's little Suzuki Alto and drove about two hours to Carnac to see the 5000-year old megaliths (Alignments de Carnac). The weather was deceiving because despite the blue sky and sunshine it was freezing from the windchill. The cold ...

Megaliths, Carnac, France travel blog

Megaliths

A travel blog entry by sabrina.catlin

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It was a long drive to Carnac and we were going to see the prehistoric megaliths there. We saw those as we drove into town. Really just looked like large paddock rocks set out in lines it we know there more to it so will look for information. Lonely ...

Day trip South-Carnac, Carnac, France travel blog

Day trip South-Carnac

A travel blog entry by sirencall183

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... spell it really, just how to say it!)   Then straight to see the Menhirs and Dolmens, standing stones, of Carnac. There are two main groups of stone alignments at Carnac, which are known as the Menec and Kermario alignments. The alignments are ...

The Carnac Stones, Carnac, France travel blog

The Carnac Stones

A travel blog entry by kyajade

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... than the ones last night and full of yum. After lunch we got back on our bikes and rode out of town along the beach to Carnac-Plage, (plage meaning beach) which is a suburb of Carnac. It seemed like a pretty cool side of town with lots of nice little ...

When Three becomes Two., Carnac, France travel blog

When Three becomes Two.

A travel blog entry by kyajade

... ! So we doubled back AGAIN and this time found the sign pointing the right way. I've never had so much trouble reading a map as in Carnac! Crazy! So we finally found the place and went to check in, and there was nobody around... We waited for a bit and ...

Off to visit the standing stones, Carnac, France travel blog

Off to visit the standing stones

A travel blog entry by thehamptons

Friday 1st July 2011 Onwards to ? Management decision and we thought we would go off visit Asterix country – well Carnac, which although it has large sandy beaches is also famous for its great numbers of megaliths and standing stones – over ...

The French Jersey Shore, Carnac, France travel blog

The French Jersey Shore

A travel blog entry by fymkim

... = lost deposit on hotel (hotel Michel) Robert Doisneau exhibit Ramparts Alessi Mont st Michel - millions of slow-walking people Carnac - jersey shore - tons of people Hotel - no bathrobes, intermittent Internet, pool not great - family of jumpers, ...

Carnac Megalithes, Carnac, France travel blog

Carnac Megalithes

A travel blog entry by emtashval

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... have been standing there since 4500 BC. All in all, they were very strange and didn't really fit with the rest of the countryside. Carnac has a lot of beach houses that have been closed up for the winter. It's a very quiet place right now, almost like a ...

"Microlitos" y Costa Salvaje

A travel blog entry by iba-jee

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... lugar y te paras donde te da la gana. Por ejemplo, en este rinconcito de playa en los límites del pueblo de Carnac que tenía unas vistas preciosas y las conchas más bonitas y numerosas que hayamos visto nunca. Además, solamente estaban dos viejillos ...

Crowded beach, Carnac beach, France travel blog

Crowded beach

A travel blog entry by sweetsunray

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... degrees warmer. However, back in the summer of 1980 I rarely went out without a coat: it rained a lot. We rarely enjoyed a sunny Carnac beach. And that rare occasion would be the time I got lost. I can't remember a beach that was as heavily crowded as ...

Carnac, Carnac, France travel blog

Carnac

A travel blog entry by elodie50a

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www.elodie50a.com Carnac - ...

Mysteries of the menhirs in Bretagne, Carnac, France travel blog

Mysteries of the menhirs in Bretagne

A travel blog entry by sweetsunray

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... The stones didn't travel hundreds or thousands of miles, but were cut from a local quarry, and nowadays archeologists think the Carnac alignments formed with the passage of time, with each generation setting up new stones. But back to the fantasy of a ...

Good start... but brought the rain with us!, Carnac, France travel blog

Good start... but brought the rain with us!

A travel blog entry by bella.oronti

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... is inundated by the daily tides. We then got on the road and I tested the downstairs double bed with a nap while Edd drove us to Carnac (not sure if that is legal...). Awoke to the rain but we drove around town, saw a lot of rocks lined up all over the ...

formation, Carnac, France travel blog

formation

A travel blog entry by fullsurf

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Stone Age Explorations in Southern Britany, Carnac, France travel blog

Stone Age Explorations in Southern Britany

A travel blog entry by tandc2007

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... emergency alternative accommodation plans.  After finally getting breakfast incl hot coffee, its south to see the megaliths at Carnac, then down the  Presqu'ile de Quiberon; exploring the excellent megalithic site and its ...

Really big stones in really big lines!, Carnac, France travel blog

Really big stones in really big lines!

A travel blog entry by jenandtony

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... built amongst the stones: some people have great garden sculptures!        In Locmariaquer, to the east of Carnac, lies the broken Great Menhir, an enormous granite stone which has now fallen and lies in 4 pieces. At 20 metres long ...

A quick breath of fresh air, Carnac, France travel blog

A quick breath of fresh air

A travel blog entry by mattscott

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