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by Blenderman80 Online Now Oct 18, 2011 at 2:59 AM

I will be traveling to Lorient, France in late November, wondering if anyone could give some advice on things to do and where to eat. Thanks

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    by VillyBonda Online Now Oct 18, 2011 at 3:25 AM

    Oh, you absolutely MUST see megalithic stone monuments in nearby villages of Carnac and Kerzeho! Really amazing view I tell you!

    Can't find any information about this places here :(

    Wikipedia about Carnac stones: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carnac...

    Nice photo her:

    http://en.worldpoi.info/poi/11178/
    en.worldpoi.info/poi/4797/ga...

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    by cochinjew Online Now Oct 18, 2011 at 4:15 AM

    If you will have a car at your disposal, there are plenty to do around L Orient.
    if you wish you can look at Pedro's blog at
    paris1972.wordpress.com/2011...
    and look for different places in Brittany he writes about.
    He is an ex=floridian who has lived in Paris and France for ages.
    I loved visiting Carnac mentioned above and my favourite place around those parts is Quiberon

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    by jjei Online Now Oct 18, 2011 at 4:43 AM

    Hmmm. I'm pretty sure you'll be bringing gadgets :)
    First and foremost, you need to secure them during traveling. There are lots of bag designs for it.
    Try to find places there where you can learn something :) check this place and be familiar with it :)

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    by gwened Online Now Oct 18, 2011 at 6:17 AM

    Lorient is nice city center ,and plenty of ships/submarines museums to visit as it is a marine harbor. Carnac is not far, and plenty of monolilthic stones there Unesco World Heritage site. You also have a nice museum and stones at Locmariaquer.
    Quiberon is a peninsula very beautiful beaches and quaint beach town. There is so much to see there, visit the morbihan tourist office, google it for details.

    Cochinjew that is a very nice blog, glad to see it about my favorite part of the country ::)

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    Re: Travel questions

    by gwened Online Now Oct 18, 2011 at 6:22 AM

    by the way Morbihan is the department where I live no 56. it means petite mer in French, but here its Breton land, and its mor=sea bihan=small. Morbihan.

    My name here is gwened, means Vannes, the city where I work and live just at the entrance to Carnac, the Morbihan , where Lorient is also.

    you should see the Gulf of Morbihan, Unesco World Heritage site.

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