Hotel Ker Moor Preference
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is eaten either as a savoury meal or dessert with salted caramel sauce) and a range of buttery biscuits.At Concarneau, on the southern Brittany coast, we sampled Coquille Saint-Jacques, (local scallop dish) and cod in a buerre blanc sauce - a delicious meal complimented by the views over the harbour and the ancient fortifications. We then drove to the city of Quimper which has a very picturesque river running through it along with an amazing array of flowers on each of ...
... battles and the days of knights here in this great courtyard and up on the battlements, all dressed in their finery!
The rain suddenly poured down again outside as the black clouds rolled by, thunder rumbling. We sheltered in a doorway with a large Italian family of about 3 generations, and it was all still beautiful. The sun came out again and we continued on up the last tower - there were 5 in all - and across ...
... up (jealously?!) at us on our fort. In the distance a ferry from England headed to St Malo port. Inland the dark clouds were rolling closer to the coast.
So of course we walked around the whole site and climbed to the top of the tower, and it was magnificent! Looking down it was like a perfect miniature fort, even the people looked unreal, everything was so neat and sharp in the sun. The gardens were planted with ...
... thought I said I was Italian. Undaunted by the language barrier she indicated that we should follow her and pointed up a lane which ended in a very uneven flight of stone steps leading up to a firmly closed wooden door. It seemed she thought we needed to go up there. We were hesitant, as there were no signs, the door was shut. Poor old thing, she sighed and began to struggle up the steps herself still talking and telling us to ...
We came down to this barren place, a few miles from Paimpol because of its sheer beauty. Looking out across the water we can see the car free island of Brehat. It has a population of only 350. But the thing that I find most awesome are the plethora of rocks sprouting from the still waters. There are dozens of them, and ridiculous as it may sound, this area immediately strikes me as being similar to Halong Bay in Vietnam, only in ...