Hotel Le Styvel
Travel Blogs from Camaret-sur-Mer
... the metephor that my heart is some kind of transport, like a big, fast moving city bus. I now have two passholders. My Dubairish love, and my friend Cam, who I have given unlimited access to come and go as they please, without problems. It wasn't until today actually that I realized Cam was already there. I had been thinking of how I could get him here, and low and behold he found his way all by himself. I shouldnt be surprised but I am, pleasantly.
... widac starali sie zrownac z ziemia te budowle.
Po drodze byl jeszcze jakis 19 sto wieczny fort okupowany przez francuskie wojsko a dalej ruiny innego ktory z koleji niemcy zaadaptowali na duzy kompleks z bateria dzial.
Widoki w kazdym badz razie bajeczne!
... jeszcze obeliski ktore poustawiali Galowie.
Tymczasem na lodce - jedna z zalogantek, hiszpanka, okazala sie totalna dyletantka pomimo wczesniejszych deklaracji wiec wlasciciel ja pozegnal dzis i zaproponowal mi zebym zajal jej miejsce juz do konca rejsu.
Ponadto, dosiadla sie Joanna, niemka mieszkajaca w Norwegii i ona bedzie plynac z nami do pierwszego z portow w ...
... Marnier. This time he was ready with the camera! Both were incredible and we were glad we had gone out for lunch.
Back at camp we took advantage of the hotel-like showers and had a wonderful hot shower. Then it we had a cup of tea while chatting with Dad & Tan online. We spent the rest of the evening writing blogs and selecting photos so that we could upload a few when we next got an internet connection.
... an introduction to what we were going to see at Carnac in a few days time.
Camaret-sur-Mer is a small port town, once frequented for commercial purposes, but now mainly surviving on the tourist trade. In fact, this is essentially the story of most of Brittany’s coastal towns and we have to say that the French sure realize the value of tourism and do their utmost to promote it, while trying to maintain the small-town look and ...