Le Manoir du Rodoir
Travel Blogs from La Roche-Bernard
... we came onto a better angle towards the wind and waves. We were making excellent speed and now the waves were behind us, making for much more comfortable progress in a catamaran.
The next challenge was the entry to the Villaine River, which gets extremely shallow, and which the pilot guide cautions against attempting to enter at less than half tide with strong south-westerly wind or swell, which was exactly what we were about to ...
Still on our quest to fix the heating, we left Port Louis for the massive marina of Port du Crouesty. It has space for perhaps 3000 boats and supposedly can house almost 300 visitors.
It was fairly windy and once again we found ourselves heading almost directly into the wind and waves, our bows flying upwards and crashing down again, making for a distinctly uncomfortable journey. We ...
I meet a lot of people, and ate lot of interesting food, and got some cool new toys. Can we do this Christmas thing every week?
... KFC next door. KFC never fails to satisfy. Our walk home on heavy stomachs and me having to crutch Matt with a bad knee was heavily challenging, we both limped our way back to the flat, getting lost and having to retrace our steps before finally arriving, flopping on our couch and watching TV series. We left two days after, having to take a train to our next destination; Nantes.
... had no food in the house so we went to a Chinese restaurant which was pretty good. The next day he gave us a key to the apartment so we could visit Vannes in our own time and see everything which was great. It's quite small and we ended up walking around it about 10 times just to find a mcdonalds. Shameful I know. I ended up damaging my knee somehow and could hardly walk on it by the end. When Tom got back from work we went to supermarket to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed