B&B Brest Kergaradec
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... small town like this in the off-season. The campground proprietor recommended three restaurants to us, one was closed, the other was really expensive, and we just barely got a table at the third, a Creperie. So it was Galettes and Crepes for us again tonight. We both had a Galette stuffed with St Jacques (scallops) in a mushroom cream sauce and for dessert, Crepe Suzette (crepes with orange rind and flamed Grand Mariner). Tres-tres-bon!
... 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 ...
... to which they were forecast for a laugh. Then the starboard engine packed up, oh it's great fun is sailing ! It was around this time I seriously had visions of us selling the boat and buying a camper van. But on the second night the wind died down about midnight and seemed to have left us with no wind whatsoever in what could only seem to me as the M1 Motorway of Biscay, with ships everywhere showing up on my AIS all pointing at us like like ...
Tomorrow we leave to cross Biscay, we have opted to go to Ria de Viveiro due to a big swell around La Coruna. So after a great nights sleep on our new mooring we were up early preparing for tomorrow which will be the biggest voyage of our adventure so far. The very name 'Biscay' conjures up images of heavy seas, rough weather and fills you with dread, we have waited for the right weather window, some people don't have this privilege and get caught ...