Le Temps de Vivre
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... on Festina Lente which is owned by Nick Pochin, quite a famous sailor and writer by all accounts and they invited us back to the boat later on after we had been out for an anniversary meal at a local restaurant. The meal was disappointing but the company was good, always take the positive. We spent a couple of hours before returning back to our boat aboard Festina Lente ...
... stop here going South to catch the correct tidal stream, (which Steven Hawking would find hard to fathom) so they have you by the short and curlies. But it's amazing how a hot shower and something to eat brings you round, but again we now feel absolutely shattered, it really takes it out of you both mentally and physically. Today we weren't that nervous but we had plenty to keep our minds occupied, people say ...
... found my new favourite beer, Affligem in one of the local bars so it's been good to us Roscoff. But tomorrow the winds have died enough for us to creep a little further South to L'Aber Wrach about a 6/7 hour sail down the coast. We will be leaving early again on the 6am tide and hoping to be there early afternoon, we have also met another clue, Mark & Joy on Arrafina who are also heading South to the Med so I'm sure we'll be meeting up a few times with them along the ...
... gardens which give fantastic views across the Marina and way across the Brittany Coast it's well worth a visit if your ever nearby. When then ventured further up the road to the little chapel of St Barbe and took in the fantastic views across to the Isle de batz then walked down into town for a cold beer on the harbour before catching the local free bus that took us first to the supermarket ...
... the decks and sides to get all the salt and grubby marks were people had been clambering across the boat while we were rafted up. There's a bad scuff mark on the starboard side from a fender where an idiot Swede came along side us at about 7 knots with only one fender down in Guernsey but will need to moor starboard side on to a pontoon to get it off. When you moor in a marina in France, electric and ...