Hotel-Spa La Baie des Anges
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I'd plugged the trailer board lead in upside down! Quickly on board, and found a nice table by a window. A lovely smooth crossing in warm sunshine, with some ship spotting thanks to Phil at home. Greek bulk carrier Patromas heading to Rotterdam, and Jumbo Vision, a heavy crane vessel bound for Alabama. Had the usual salads and frites and a glass of Muscadet, and read yesterday's papers. Trouble free disembarkation and home by ...
... Sadly, moules were off the menu as out of season. Deb had a savoury crepe with fruits de mer, I had a heaped plate of salad, prawns and smoked salmon. We had a very good bottle of Muscadet sur Lie, and espressos, all for 40 euros. We walked back to the Spar to find it closed until 2pm, so were forced to have beers in a bar while we waited. Restocked, we set off back. I was still fixated on seeing ...
... pub (?), and checked out a couple of restaurants which looked a bit too smart, then returned to the anchor, where we heard the first English voices all week. Resigned to bread and cheese back at the gite, we suddenly spotted a creperie with outside tables full of happy people. We went in and were offered a table on the back patio, a real sun trap. Deb had the house special, galette Portsall with fruits de mer, I had galette ...
... boulangerie for bread and strawberry and raspberry tarts, carefully placed in the top of my backpack. We stuck to the main road, and saw the beach at low tide with inviting surf, but not quite inviting enough to come back with our boogie boards. The brisk wind stopped us eating on the patio, but we had locally grown artichokes, garlic mayonnaise, salads, new potatoes and Muscadet. By now the sun was getting low, and I went out to the field path to watch ...
... sheltered verdant valley by Portsall, then parked on the harbour front and walked to the quay. A massive anchor was a memorial to the wreck of oil tanker Amoco Cadiz in 1979, which led to the worst oil pollution (maree noir) of the century. Another heavy shower was looming, so we retreated and headed to LeClercs in Ploudalmezeau, a well appointed hypermarket. We entered the espace culturale, where we received a slightly frosty welcome, but found a ...