Hotel Restaurant de l'Ocean
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... much further I thought I was going to melt.....After we unpacked the food and got the washing done in the machines in the port we felt it was time to treat ourselves to our first French meal out, so using my best French i booked us into the local restaurant by the marina called Le Cargo, a very popular place with the locals and visitors from the marina. They had the BBQ going, the poor chef was on the go non stop and in the heat he did exceptionally well. David and I had the ...
... St Jacques (chopped Scallops in a sauce) another taste sensation!!!
Followed by Pork (from a Piglet) and home made Frites made from potatoes from the garden and
carrots in an onion sauce. Followed by bread and cheese and strawberry cheesecake
thingy!!! Obviously each course accompanied by a different bottle of wine.
We returned to the hotel and that was it.
Miles today – Riding zero - Walked about ...
... all ready for Annie to pick us up in the car to return for Dinner – Dave drove the car back!!!
No having eaten with this family before I knew we were in for a treat! Not wanting presumptuous I knew we wouldn't be hungry at the end of the night!!
We arrived and“Li Li” asked if we wanted an aperitif which was gratefully received – I had aWhisky which was “The Antiquary Scotch ...
Benodet- Sainte Marine- River OdetAfter 3 really enjoyable days we left Guilvinec in the afternoon about 4pm just after low tide, we slowly motored out of the harbour so as not to touch the bottom, David was checking the course and I was steering us out as we were going to 'rock hop' to Benodet. This meant we were going to sail from point to point avoiding the rocks under the water. Once we were out of the harbour we put the main up, so much easier with the new system we ...
... lighter as time went on. The seas were flat, wind gentle such brilliant conditions to cross in although a little more wind would have been good, very different from our sail home back on April 10th when we left to cross to Plymouth in high winds and a very cold night. At 10.40 I spotted Ille Vierge Lighthouse, in the distance, it's the the tallest lighthouse in Europe, and it marks the entrance to L'Aberwrach. ...