Hotel Ker Moor Preference
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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May 31 Sunday In the village of Saint-Carreuc At Ian and Sophie's B & B " Auberge Le Petits Gallais". And there Mom Lila is here visiting from England . June 1 , "Today is all about Brandi" Beautiful day out on bike all thru Brittany seasides, villages, towns. Picnic at port town of Perros-Guirec with "French " bread of course ,meats, cheese. Then Dined at a beach town, Etables-sur-Mer. The countryside of Europe is ...
Simon picked up the triumph trophy 900 "1993" gorgeous emerald green (Ed. British Racing Green) . I'm loving it. Such a smooth ride and comfy pillion for me . Our new dream machine. You'll have to ask simon what he likes most about the trophy. (Ed. What he likes most is being back on exactly the same machine in his Thirties, on the Continent again).
really enjoyed our time spent in Ireland. Skeff hotel gets ...
Dear fellow travellers,Today after our buffet breakfast we journeyed to Frehel in the Department to the west of Ille et Vilaine - the Department of Cotes d' Armor. The village of Frehel was small and charming, and keeping with our ability to find good food anywhere, we found the Galette and Sausage vendor in the town square on this their market day. And we each had one. The galette was a buckwheat crepe wrapped around a tasty pork sausage? Yummy! Yummy! Lucky tummy! Then we went to ...
Left the village of Beauvoir and drove along the coast towards Cancale. On the way we drove through little villages on the sea front. there are lovely beaches and quite a few tourists. Inland the scenery is just flat grassy land with dairy farms etc. when we reached Cancale there was a market but unfortunately there was nowhere we could park as is the case of most of the touristy places. It is a pretty ...
... its walls. It was a successful stronghold during the Hundred Years' War. Following the dissolution of the religious community it was used as a prison. In 1894 it underwent major restoration and is now listed as a Unesco World Heritage site. To walk around around inside the Abbey and see how they lived and the size do the building and columns is ...