Hotel l'Oree du Bois
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Pets allowed
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... are building for another round of the parade followed by fireworks, both of which we choose to avoid as we have a long drive tomorrow. (Being so close it was impossible to avoid the fireworks noise at midnight.) Really great day, very luck to have been here on Bastille day and to see it celebrated in such a traditional way. So tomorrow, its back to Paris for our overnight stay before flying to ...
Ile de Glenans to Lorient
We woke to a misty start to our day but by mid afternoon the skies started to clear so we decided to leave the River Odet where had enjoyed 3 lovely days and sail to Iles de Glenans to hopefully anchor there for a few days, as last year we were only able to stay for 1 night, David worked our a course to avoid the rocks, sailed all the way with main and genoa up and often reached over 7 knots, we arrived and decided to anchor off the beach on ...
... 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 ...
Sunday 21st June 2015
The day started with breakfast at the Hotel Jeanne D'Arc.....which was unusual - breakfasts vary greatly from hotel to hotel - today was two croissants, a cob (bread roll), orange juice and coffee! that was it! Truly disappointing.
We set off from the centre of Nantes to head the 2.5 hour ride to Dave's pen pals house at Mouelan Sur Mer. Dave has been in contact with Annie since he was17 ...
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 ...