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Travel Blogs from La Trinite-sur-Mer
... overhanging trees which didn't help with the creepiness! We got to where the biggest stones were and went to the tunnel like stone formation we'd seen earlier, and I jumped the fence for a few photos! We had a bit of a mission getting Darren over the fence too, due to the many spikes on the top of the fence which would have hurt him a lot more than me! We found a lower section of fence though, and with a little help he got over and we went and sat on the stones for a bit. After a while ...
... extra sandwich! They must have thought they hadn't given it to me! Makes up a little bit for the exorbitant price of the train ticket! We spent the next few hours snoozing and listening to music, before arriving in Auray. From there we caught another train to Plouharnel where we stopped for a beer to share before jumping on the bus to Carnac. When we arrived we walked up the street and found the tourist information centre, where ...
... and interspersed with lots of lounging around in beautiful French villages and copious jambon et fromage baguettes. After a 25km meander down the canal we arrived at our hosts for the night, a lovely French couple who cooked us a meal with lots of organic vegetables from their farm with vast amounts of pasta. We were still exhausted from the night before, and fell quickly asleep on buckwheat pillows. Day 2 and things were looking ...
... the signs for toute directions and end up on cobbles , (Janice tells me its the medieval part of town) very narrow roads and eventually wind our way back to the motorway and head for St Brieuc, (Ted tells me he hates Dinan) he always gets lost there)
Anyway, St Brieuc , again on the coast but not on the coast, headed south then and towards Lorient and found a nice lac to park for lunch, near Pontivy, kept heading south and ...
... Carnac also has 5 kilometers of wonderful sandy beaches at Carnac Plage and makes a good place to chill after the exertions of the monoliths. See if you can find the Avenue des druids, where we could not help but do a little dance around the signpost to the wonderment of the locals.
The Avenue des driuds is actually where the bus station is, with buses running from Auray, Quiberon and Vannes. Bicycles can be hired from local campsites and horse riding is also ...
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