Le Vintage Hotel
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There's been thunder and lightning and rain all night and it's still a bit gloomy when we meet for breakfast. The forecast is to clear by about 11am so we will take the van to our first visit today, the Carnac Alignments, and then see how the weather is. Hoping for a bike ride after that. The Carnac Alignments are a series of standing stones that are set in parallel lines. The area is 3kms long and about 50m wide. ...
Let's book a cycling holiday in France, she said, for a week, she said, it will be fun, she said. And I remind Rob, it is lots of fun. But bits of me still hurt and I am a bit tired at the end of the ride. Still, if it was easy, anyone could do it :). After a very warm night, in a hotel that doesn't do air conditioning, we wake ready for another day. Then the power goes out which limits breakfast choices and the all important coffee. However, we ...
... last night, so you let it ferment all night then cook in the oven whilst you are having breakfast. The bread is lovely, very moorish.....and you get a little recipe book with it to. Well worth every penny my mum bought mine for me.
We decided to leave Iles de Glenans on the Monday 29th as the winds were changing direction and we wanted to sail to Lorient not motor, so we lifted the anchor about 10ish and set sail. We were able to sail with the main and Genoa up for quite a ...
... Hotel Le Brieux (I think) for a coffee, cold drink and lunch which was Croque
Monsieur basically a toasted ham sandwich with melted cheese on the top.
Joined by Pen Friend Annie - for a beer we then walked to a little bar up a steep cobbled street and succumbed to a beer.
We returned to
the hotel for a small siesta before being collected again by Annie for another meal at our French friend’s house.
... price as a 2 minute ride on the ferry earlier in the day. The coach terminated right by the train station, perfect, so David went with his list of trains much to the assistants delight and bought our tickets for home. By buying them in France instead of from England we saved ourselves £80, bargain. Afterwards we had 3 hours to walk and look around Quimper before our coach back to Sainte Marine not Benodet this time, so different scenery to look at. So many memories ...