Le Vintage Hotel

Address: 20 Rue Brémond d'Ars, Quimperle, Brittany, 29 300, France | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 20 Rue Brémond d'Ars, Quimperle.
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Travel Blogs from Quimperle

Day Three: Carnac

A travel blog entry by jbaker3049 on May 25, 2015

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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 ...

Two Islands one French one English

A travel blog entry by davidandleith on May 22, 2015

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We then had a bus drive around the south part of the island, looking at the smallest church on the island, some German fortifications – these were pointing up the Channel rather than across to England which I found intriguing and finally some Guernsey cows standing which means the sun will shine according to our guide.

Next day we were at Portsmouth ...

Carnac Maison de Megaliths and Quiberon

A travel blog entry by fredpedler68 on May 17, 2015

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 ...

DAY 7

A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Mar 04, 2015

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... woman behind me, who has her husband in tow, speaks English and helps facilitate the transaction so I buy round trip tickets for 30€. Ferry is to depart at 11AM. It arrives and we board. Pretty cool. Not too many people walked on. The crossing is only 1 hour and 30 minutes. Beautiful day, sunny. But windy. So begins the trek. We walk off the ferry and I start navigating myself towards the walking path that takes you north. Take a few photos of the pretty village and ...

DAY 6

A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Mar 03, 2015

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... I walked back to my hotel a couple blocks away. That was good and expensive, but good. There were only three channels on the tele, and 2 of them had football. Tr other had Captain America, amazing. I spelt soundly. Side note, it's definitely not a cliche that French people buy baguettes. I've seen so many with one of these in their grips. Also, it astounds me that more people don't speak English, especially since everywhere I go they're playing some stupid ass American music on their ...