Hotel Au Bout Du Monde

Address: Place Llandelo, Le Conquet, Finistere, Brittany, 29217, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Place Llandelo, Le Conquet, is near Oceanopolis, Tour de la Motte Tanguy, and Musee des Beaux-Arts.
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    Travel Blogs from Le Conquet

    White sand beaches & granite boulders

    A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Sep 02, 2015

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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!


    Where a cup of coffee is more expensive than wine!

    A travel blog entry by shrbalcomb on Sep 01, 2015

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    ... trickled in. I highly recommend Restaurant Saint-Michel in Plouguerneau. We shared a goat cheese pate to start; I had La Cocotte L'Ancient, white fish, mushroom and potato cooked in a small crock in a creamy sauce, one of the best dishes I've had in France; Doug had roast duck in an onion sauce. We shared a deconstructed apple pie for dessert - it was a whole small baked apple sitting on a biscuit/pastry round, drizzled with a caramel sauce. Also very good.


    Day 42 Bay of Bisquay

    A travel blog entry by ronandsusie2013 on Aug 24, 2015

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    On the rolling sea today. The storm worsened during the morning so the Captain took us even further west into deeper ocean and away from land. The narrow continental shelf that runs along the French coast causes high waves when there is a westerly wind pushing the sea into the coast. By lunch time we were heading south but now 100 sea miles instead of the planned 60 away from the coast. Too far to make it back to Nantes. The Captain will try to get us to Bordeaux. The waves were 9 ...

    And they're off ! A Three Day Report !

    A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... any wind for 90% of the crossing. The first day it poured down from the off nearly all day. With rain, comes wind (even I know that and I'm not a weatherman) and wind makes the sea quite rough - well actually VERY BLOODY ROUGH. But we battled forward waiting for this clear spell which didn't actually arrive until darkness fell around 11pm that night - the sea was still quite choppy but in the dark you can't tell because it's pitch black, so ...

    Last Day in Camaret

    A travel blog entry by ramblingsailors on Aug 06, 2015

    ... to cover it at around 6 knots on average, about two and a half days if all goes well. I will update the blog tonight so if after a week there as been no more updates of our progress we've probably been eaten by fish and the adventure ended somewhere in Biscay ! We joined Ted and Chris for farewell drinks at the 'Donegan' and hopefully we will catch up with them later in the year in the Med. Camaret has been lovely but the time is now right to move ...