BEST WESTERN Hotel Cap Coz
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... farming area. On way passed through a dear little village called Sizun which had one of the prettiest churches I have seen and also there was a small museum attached which had some very old household furniture and chattels. We drove along back roads into Douarnenez passing through very narrow roads and tiny villages. Douarnenez is a large seaside port and resort with lovely beaches. The drive today was very relaxing and enjoyed the countryside and seaside ...
... up on each other's news so lovely when you can hear your family on the end of a phone, tried Rachel but she was working hopefully get her at home tomorrow.A beautiful old boat came and anchored behind us so pleased sails were up and engine worked when the anchor was pulled up, spectacular sight as it sailed towards usFinished the day with Coq au vin cooked in the pressure cooker tasted awesome.
... changed course for our next following a course in to avoid all the rocks. We arrived and moored up next to a Sunfizz the same make of the boat we had previous to Sega. Had a lovely chat to the gentleman who was getting the boat ready to leave the next day with his wife and 3 young boys to sail and navigate the Atlantic. Another lovely sailing day for us to ...
... then caught the FREE bus to the centre where we booked a table for a meal later that evening overlooking the water. Meanwhile to cool off as it was hot we went to have a few beers and ciders as you do.......After a lovely evening with lots of laughter and happiness we went back to their boat for a nightcap then off to sleep as there was a long day ahead on Wednesday as we wanted to get through the Raz. July 30thAfter ...
It was a lovely, fresh morning that awaited us today. It took me a long time to surface, however, and I finally came to at 8.20am! A warm, powerful shower followed by a piping hot cuppa, soon had me back on track ready for our walk into the town.
We reached the Port, where there was a huge market and we couldn't resist buying apricots, flat peaches and tomatoes and later on two tranches of cheese-Conté and Tomme de Brebis. Yum! The only problem was carrying it all back in the ...