Hotel Hostellerie de la Mer
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Babysitting service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Travel Blogs from Crozon
... 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 ...
... 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!
... with white sand and all... and watched people learning to sand buggy with kites and a jockey giving his horse a workout on the beach. What a gorgeous spot on such an incredible day!
Dinner was an 8km jaunt away in the town of Plouguerneau, a restaurant that looked like nothing from the outside, but was quite flash and modern on the inside. We feared we would be eating alone when we stepped in at 8pm and we were the first customers, however several other ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...