L'auberge du cheval blanc

16 Rue De Pontivy , Baud, Brittany, 56150, France | Hotel
Prices starting from $81.00
 

Travel Blogs from Baud

A beautiful river

A travel blog entry by skippyroo

12

... around F5-6 straight on the nose. After a short passage we anchored and stuck the weather out. We've been fortunate all along so one or two days of bad weather is not worth complaining about.

The following day we went up the river d'Auray picked up a mooring and then proceeded by dinghy to Auray. Such a lovely little town. Being a Sunday there was nothing open except restaurants but that didn't matter.

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The road goes ever on and on

A travel blog entry by susannarachel

3

... in the wall of the tourist shop. Realised the better area was up the road, so back in the car and found that. Apparently over 3000 stones in the alignments, great rows of them for miles with nobody really sure of what or when they were placed there. There are roads all through them and houses bordering them and some debate as to whether they are all where they originally were, or all there. After more photos, (none of them on ...

Sunrise on the ramparts and the Elven Towers

A travel blog entry by susannarachel

8

... out over the forest around, way above the tops of huge oak and pine trees. There was a room where Henry VII of England was kept prisoner for 18 months - under a different name, and 10 years before he became king. It's only been sold twice in its history, to the current owners family in 1686!

The second tower wasn't open to the public, it was more recently restored, had windows and a roof, but there was no information about it. We walked around ...

Back to the hussle and bussle

A travel blog entry by skippyroo

23

Having enjoyed a few days chilling at anchor it was time to go explore a major town. We left the anchorage and headed for Vannes where we wanted to go through the HW swinging bridge. The passage through the islands is idyllic.

We got there just as the ...

Carnac, home of the megaliths

A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel

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Carnac is a small village in Brittany, home to over 3000 megalithic stones. They're not big like Stnehenge, actually about waist height. They date back to a time between 5000 and 3500 BC and covers around five or six areas throughout the village. At least a couple of the sites are called alignments because for some unknown reason, the stones are laid out in perfect straight lines. Who knows the reason for this? We certainly ...

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