Travel Blogs from Camaret-sur-Mer
... freedom to experience. Im so happy for all the time we had together., but now it's over. Time for the new to begin.
I think the bus will always smell like apple perfume.
So I realize this post was a bit weird and obscure and yeah thats been my trip! Hopefully things will make more sensr as I post. I am going to be posting backwards and presently, Luckily I have written a lot of things out already. So look forward to more crazy!
... 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!
Male, niezbyt zachwycajace miasteczko polozone nad zatoka. aby nie pokonywac dodatkowej drogi wglab ladu zatrzymalismy sie wlasnie tutaj. Jednak nie samo miasteczko a bliska okolica sa najwiekszym atutem jak sie pozniej okazalo..
Sanitariaty w marinie sa usytuowane w piwnicach 17sto wiecznej fortecy stojacej przy porcie, jednego ze starszych budowli w tej okolicy. ...
... like bacon) with cream fraiche and it was delicious. It came with a small side salad (which means lettuce here) which had a very nice dressing. We then chose our dessert crêpes and I chose a banana, salted caramel butter, candied orange peel and vanilla ice cream one. Anoop went for the apple tatin (cooked in butter, cinnamon & other spices), salted caramel butter with vanilla ice cream and flambéed ...
... were real anchors from various war ships lining the entrance to the remains of the coastal bunkers. On beautiful days such as this and with stunning views, I always find it hard to picture this as the setting for a war. Before heading into Camaret, our final stop was at a megalithic alignment of stones, dating from about 2500 B.C. Although so simple in their arrangement, they are still a puzzle today – how were they raised and why? This ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking