Hostellerie de la Pointe Saint-Mathieu
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a lazy start we slip the bout and gear over to feel up and go onto the quay to explore . A stroll around the town and try to hunt some wifi proved quite difficult hence the delay in posting the blog. Some quaint streets and novel ideas but nothing too lively just a boat graveyard. When we return to the boat the customs boys are nearby again but this time they leave us alone. Dinner a shore for Eric to have his mussels and frites before setting off next morning to ...
... before I could say Bon soir, vous avez des chocolate pour moi? Anyway half an hour later , they have called in and got clearance on our passports and searched the boat from top to bottom or so they thought! Good job we were not hiding anything illegal but they did miss the obvious bilge with rum and wine! Pictures say it all. Harbour very busy when we arrive so we pick up a bouy and settle down for that large glass of wine and ...
... sailed nearer more and more land appeared, a lovely sight to see. For our journey down Le Four we had to put the engine on as the wind dropped right off. It was still calm and sunny so we weren't complaining. We decided we had time and the tides were good to continue and go through the Raz, all worked out well in fact over ground as we went through we were going 10.51 knots, wow flying through. The mist ...
... deserted for a time, meaning that it was left unchanged before then becoming a tourist destination. We enjoyed walking around the town's cobblestone streets and visiting some interesting shops that were mostly dedicated to selling local speciality biscuits and foods. Finding an excellent creperie that had been owned by four generations of the same family, we had a really good meal. John, being ...
... I'd plugged the trailer board lead in upside down! Quickly on board, and found a nice table by a window. A lovely smooth crossing in warm sunshine, with some ship spotting thanks to Phil at home. Greek bulk carrier Patromas heading to Rotterdam, and Jumbo Vision, a heavy crane vessel bound for Alabama. Had the usual salads and frites and a glass of Muscadet, and read yesterday's papers. Trouble free disembarkation and home by ...