Domaine de Kerlann
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Ile de Glenans to Lorient
We woke to a misty start to our day but by mid afternoon the skies started to clear so we decided to leave the River Odet where had enjoyed 3 lovely days and sail to Iles de Glenans to hopefully anchor there for a few days, as last year we were only able to stay for 1 night, David worked our a course to avoid the rocks, sailed all the way with main and genoa up and often reached over 7 knots, we arrived and decided to anchor off the beach on ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.
... with ice Dave had a Ricard. This was accompanied by nibbles.
Then a started of Melon with bread and butter – try it !!! It is a taste sensation!! The main course came out and was (see picture) what looked like a stew of some sort –it turned out to be Rabbit, Pork, Mushroom and Onion - a really really nice combination. (I think this was the meal Dave had when he first went over when he was 17) This was ...
... price as a 2 minute ride on the ferry earlier in the day. The coach terminated right by the train station, perfect, so David went with his list of trains much to the assistants delight and bought our tickets for home. By buying them in France instead of from England we saved ourselves £80, bargain. Afterwards we had 3 hours to walk and look around Quimper before our coach back to Sainte Marine not Benodet this time, so different scenery to look at. So many memories ...
... blushing and going quiet as people talked to her. Leaving Lochronan behind we then headed to the town of Quimper which was around 30mins away. After enjoying Lochronan so much, Quimper paled in comparison and there was not a great deal to see. So we left after about one hour and headed home. Once the children were in bed we then spent a couple of hours tidying the house in preparation for departing ...