Residence Lagrange Prestige Le Hameau de Peemor Pen
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... old town and splendid cathedral.
The evenings we spent playing a more sophisticated game of 'wink murder', hope the neighbours weren't kept awake with laughter.
Monday was a lovely day so everyone decamped to the beach in sight of the house for a the last swim before all young people went back to London and work, it was very quiet that ...
... handsome architectural legacy.
We're staying in the only campground near Locronan and it is very nice. It's on the side of a hill and the pitches are laid out on terraces. All the facilities are quite new and sparkling clean and they have a lovely big heated swimming pool with a solarium cover over it.
Around the cocktail hour, we took an easy ten minute stroll into the village. Evidently this place is heaving ...
... latte was more expensive than Doug’s glass of wine. We must be in France! We wandered along the harbour to check out the flea market, but found nothing we had to have.
Roscoff’s big claim to fame is that in 1548, the six-year-old Mary, Queen of Scots, having been betrothed to the Dauphin François, disembarked from England and landed at Roscoff. She stayed for three days in Roscoff and left her mark, donating gifts to church, before journeying ...
... of course! I will definitely make the Bohemienne de Legumes (vegetable terrine) and Pistou (vegetable soup). We went to dinner in the restaurant about 7.15pm. At 8.30pm the Bordeaux Harbour Pilot came on board by helicopter. We watched him land on the Lido deck. It was crazy, there was an enormous wind from the helicopter, then it took about one second for the Pilot to be lowered by cable from the helicopter, land and release the cable. He guides us into Bordeaux which takes 1.30 ...
... of selling the boat and buying a camper van had disappeared and all was well once again and everyone happy. Looking back it wasn't really that bad a passage, at no point did we feel like we were going to die, which is a bonus and the experience we gained was enormous, we saw hundreds of Dolphins, fantastic sunrises and sunsets and have now crossed the worst part of our journey to the Med - hopefully it will now be all just plain sailing - we shall see ...