Hotel An Ti Gwenn

4 Rue de Poul Person, Carnac, Brittany, 56340, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 Rue de Poul Person, Carnac, is near Menhirs, Musee de Prehistoire, Promenade Clair de Lune, and Chateau de Bienassis.
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Travel Blogs from Carnac

Off to one of our favourites Islands Houat

A travel blog entry by lizmorbey on Aug 04, 2014

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... wind to turn the motor off so we settled for lunch. We passed Belle Ile and the Quiberon a Peninsular on are way to Island of Houat. Still flat seas but wherever you looked other yachts were motoring 3.15pm engine off at last but only for 1 hour as at 4.15 engine on, what a shame lets hope for more wind tomorrow for going to Ile de yeu. Lovely settled eve at anchor made mince from pork steaks and made homemade burgers with rice and aubergine lovely way to end our day ...

A beautiful river

A travel blog entry by skippyroo on Jul 06, 2014

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... World Cup quarter finals and France was playing - that explained the large screen and speakers that had been assembled that afternoon not far from us.

We went back to the boat to soak up the atmosphere. We were in the shade of our cockpit when it started to drizzle. Germany had scored and early goal, much to dampen the atmosphere. Then before half time the big screen stopped working and everyone either headed ...

First stop Vannes

A travel blog entry by rosabranca on Jul 03, 2014

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Last Wednesday M. and I set off on our annual journey by car, to our apartment in Spain, via Irish Ferries and a picturesque route through France. It nearly didn't happen this time... Because while doing some last minute shopping on Saturday, I fell heavily on the pavement in the town centre. At the time I was more embarrassed by the public spectacle than anything else, and then about some bruising to my hand. However, the main damage only became apparent ...

The road goes ever on and on

A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Jul 02, 2014

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... instantly of diners! They take lunchtime seriously.

We then walked to the city walls and admired the gardens below, and continued on in search of the port. Which turned out to be a narrow marina in a hot open square between tall terraces. Too hot - time to move on. We returned back into the walled part of town - a large preserved section of half timbered buildings, all tourist shops and restaurants and very busy, and ...

Sunrise on the ramparts and the Elven Towers

A travel blog entry by susannarachel on Jul 02, 2014

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... a typewritten pamphlet in English when he realised we couldn't understand him, and pointed down a continuation of the long drive into the forest. It was quite a walk, but lovely and shady and green. We eventually came to a clearing around a corner and behind the trees we could see a massive octagonal tower rising. Across the clearing was a second shorter tower, and bits of ruined wall between them in places. Around all was a deep ditch. And around all of ...