Hotel Les Pecheurs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and decided to book for 2 nights initially as its a bit overcast, although the lady on reception promised sun for tomorrow. We pitched the tent quite easily, but Jim keeps wandering around checking it. It's a bit windy so hoping it lasts the night otherwise we're stuffed. :-( just had risotto for dinner and having a cup of tea. We're both pretty tired so think we might play some cards and have an earlyish night. Fingers crossed for sun tomorrow.
Speak to you soon ...
... 8pm which often doesn't finish until 1030. By then I'm ready for a good night's sleep so I can do it all again the next day. So the break from cycling was good today, but it was still a full day :). This evening was lovely. We had a very nice dinner in town, along with some very good wines. On the way to the restaurant, we walked through the local artisans market selling some great stuff. I bought myself a ...
Let's book a cycling holiday in France, she said, for a week, she said, it will be fun, she said. And I remind Rob, it is lots of fun. But bits of me still hurt and I am a bit tired at the end of the ride. Still, if it was easy, anyone could do it :). After a very warm night, in a hotel that doesn't do air conditioning, we wake ready for another day. Then the power goes out which limits breakfast choices and the all important coffee. However, we ...
... because we were mostly off the road on bike paths or on very quiet roads. Backside, neck, shoulders and wrists complaining loudly by now. I choose to ignore them and admire the scenery. They persist. Fortunately. The last 4kms of the ride involved iced water and a ride along a cycle path that wound its way beside the estuary to the hotel. Great scenery and the iced water was wonderful. 66kms covered today!!! I know some people who don't ...
... indigenous flower.The archipelago is made up of nine main islands and many islets, in the middle of which is a lagoon renowned for the clarity of its water and the whiteness of its sands; in fact, the area has been described as ‘the Breton Tahiti’The Glénans are very popular with daytrippers as there are daily ferries in season from Loctudy, Bénodet, as well as the international diving school and France’s smallest nature reserve, which was founded in 1974 ...
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