Ibis Styles Lorient Caudan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Rose had a restless night's sleep as she was too hot, so she woke a little later at 730am. Leaving the house at 930am we then headed to a place called Carnac, which is famous for its ancient standing stones. En route we passed by a family fun park which Rose, ever watchful for such an opportunity, asked if she could visit, mounting an effective campaign of persuasion! So we ended up stopping there for about two hours. Rose had a great deal of fun at the ...
... 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 ...
The next week is a break in travelling for us, and we see both of our families, attend my brother's wedding and check in with Jonny’s 3 month old niece over the 4 days we spend in England. We fly back to France overnight before a swift 3 day visit to Jersey to see friends who moved there just over a year ago.
When we return by ferry to St Malo on the 8th May, we feel exhausted and a little fed up of eating and drinking, so we settle in for an early ...
... there have been no more than 3 motorhomes/caravans here at any one time. In fact one day we were the only ones and had all the facilities to ourselves. I love the low season ...
Weather was a mixture of rainy days followed by hot, sunny ones. We spent a day in Vannes, loved the cobbled streets and shops but made the fatal mistake of asking for a beef ...
We visited the Alignments situated about 4 kms west of Carnac in 9 adjacent sites. The Carnac Alignments erected in the Neolithic era between the fifth and third millennium BC. Many of the stones are in rows and vary in size from about a metre to three and a half metres. There are many interpretations about what they mean or what there purpose was but the truth is there is no evidence as to ...