Hotel Les Pecheurs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as they covered quite a lot of ground. They were very impressive to see and certainly fascinated Rose. Leaving Carnac we then travelled for another hour to see something called The Universe Of The Scrap Metal Poet. This was an installation of moving sculptures created by an eccentric ex-teacher in a small Brittany village. Using discarded scrap materials, he created an impressive number of impressive indoor scenes and outdoor sculptures over a period of ...
... were not more people around as it is a Bank Holiday weekend the same as back at home. After a late bite to eat we set off for another few miles to a campsite for the night.
Sun 24th May
A day of rest!!! It was lovely and sunny, even a T-shirt day, so we did some washing and strung a line out, then sat in the sun, then went for a walk in the woods, then had showers and sat in the sun again until dinner time. ...
... makes getting into the zodiac very easy. It then was about 8 min ride to the shore. We got off onto a concrete slipway, again very easy when there are a couple of crew to give a hand.
We had about 3 hrs to wander around Le Palais which had regular ferries from the main land so was full of French tourists. We saw a small food market with the oddest looking ...
... a natural gem. Only a handful of people are here (inevitably some are surfing) so we have our pick of the beach. We choose a spot on the right by the rock face and are both delighted to find when we sit down, it is HOT. Not warm, hot. We read and sunbathe for a bit before deciding it is sun-cream hot. We wander down to the sea along the wet, surprisingly and unusually steep, high-gradient sand to paddle and cool down. The water is so cold, our feet hurt after less than a ...
... Carnac, and the other sites are set on fertile land around a protected bay that is rich in several types of seafood which suggests that food was plentiful. We went into Carnac and parked near the foreshore and walked around the seaside shops, cafes and stalls and had a coffee. The sun was out and it was a beautiful morning. We then travelled down the peninsula to Quiberon to what had been ...
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