Hotel De Perros
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Travel Blogs from Perros-Guirec
... IKEA on our holidays! We arrived at Ploumanac'h at around 1pm. It is a very charming seaside town that reminded John very much of the Cornish towns that he used to visit as a child. It was also nice and quiet as we are visiting off-season, with the French having different half term dates. We ate in a nice restaurant, where Emily was a hit with one of the waitresses who kept bringing her little treats as the meal progressed. Getting excited by ...
... after the initial D-Day landings. The Allies needed deep water for supply ships; but the Germans had control of the French Channel ports. The solution was a temporary harbor called Port Winston after British Prime Minster Winston Churchill. The concrete mulberry barges that were used as a temporary harbor are still visible from Arromanche as a reminder of the Allied invasion in June 1944. The students had the opportunity ...
... centered around two things. The 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge along with the Texas A&M exhibit and touring the beaches of Normandy. Paris, Luxembourg and Alsace were sort of sandwiched in, but I purposely wanted Bastogne and Normandy to be the bookends to this trip. Reason being is that those were the two most significant battles in the European theatre…in my opinion. I would like to visit some sites regarding the ...
My friend Jacqueline drove from Normandy to come visit. I lack the words to convey what an immense pleasure it was to spend the day with her. She played a significant role in making my experience of France during the 1990's the beautiful memory it is for me. We talked nonstop all ...
... of the day (...why?) and so with a lot of adrenalin running we continued to the station, where Molly saw some guards laughing about what we'd done. On the train hysteria reigned, and we got a lot of odd looks as we laughed at ourselves for the first hour or so of the journey back to Paris. It only took looking back at Juliet’s Facebook post to set us off again.