Ibis Styles Quimper
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Needless to say we had a thick head from the night before. We tipped out the Ibis at 12md and went to the Quentels to say goodbye.
They really are a lovely family. It is such a privilege to know them. As usual Isobel loaded us with crepes, jam and coffee.
Me and the cous-cous baby are going to have part company soon or I'll have to buy a pram!!
Today we were off to Nantes but said we would pop in and see Paul & Gilberte (imagine if she had married someone like me)
"What's your name love?"
"I'm not deaf love, I got it the first time"
Then to the Quentels for a bit ...
... Starters was some sort of salami and Breton pate with cornichons. Then we had some fried rice with ham, peas, mushrooms and onions and green lettuce. More cheese and coffee washed down with more wine.The cous-cous baby still refuses to go away however.
Annie takes us back to the hotel at 11pm, completely podged and extremely mellowed.
Food eaten: 3 ...
... pain to negotiate thanks to them. Lessons to be learned.
Anyway. We arrive at Kerfany at 4pm. As usualthey are delighted to see us. Annie's not there, she's doing some painting or something. The last time they saw Will he was 6 or thereabouts. Isn't he handsome etc etc. Just like his father was. WAS? thanks Isobel.
They've got a friend round who's been catching some prawns for them. His name is Jean-Bernard !! Really? Yet another Bernard!! When will it all end?
... Restaurant" on "the other ship" but the staff were nowhere near as friendly.
They gave us an "amuse bouche" to start with, a tiny cup of cherry tomato soup and it was fantastic, delicious and amazing and I asked the waiter if I could take a tin of it home with me, but he stared at me not understanding what I meant. I don't think his name was Heinz.
Earlier, in the afternoon, Lance and I attended two talks. One by an ex-Concorde pilot ...