Hotel de la Citadelle
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... These excited both Rose and also Emily, the later shrieking with delight and clapping her hands as she saw them animated. Sometimes feeling like we had walked into a Tim Burton film, it really was a special thing to see, with the installations being quite moving as well as hugely imaginative. Definitely a case of only in France... With our minds full of what we had seen at The Universe Of The Scrap Metal Poet, we left for the cottage and arrived home around ...
... of the submarine came first with video clips and things to try out, which was really interesting, all inside one of the bunkers. Then we went on board the actual submarine itself with audio guide earphones in English. That was fascinating, so small and cramped with only 6 of us on board yet the sailors had a crew of 40 (sharing 30 bunks!). All of this took about 2 hours and was well worth the money. Afterwards we wandered around the whole area ...
Our planed day at sea crossing the Bay of Biscay which is quite smooth only a slight swell, ships lift is functioning and we can eat outside.
We had a morning and evening lecture which I missed since I was doing my blog.
Next day was a morning visit to Belle Ile which is an island off Britany France, this was a zodiac landing –our only one. Our boat has a small deck virtually at sea ...
... more 'Lost’ – we’ve accidentally upped our episode allowance to 3 per night – no idea how that happened…
On Monday the weather is glorious, so we pack our rucksacks beach-style and amble down the coastal path. What greets us is an amazing little beach – coarse, warm sand, huge scary rocks sticking menacingly out of the water and angry turquoise waves crashing onto the shore. It is stunning – not for the swimming obviously, ...
... were built. When looking at the large stones one wonders how the stones were quarried transported and erected and suggests an organised society for a sustained period of time. There are many other sites in the bay region but Carnac is the largest number of stones. There are some sites that have a lintel stone placed over the top of parallel stones, but nothing of the scale as those in the ...