- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Non-smoking hotel
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Needless to say we had a thick head from the night before. We tipped out the Ibis at 12md and went to the Quentels to say goodbye.
They really are a lovely family. It is such a privilege to know them. As usual Isobel loaded us with crepes, jam and coffee.
... bridges was absolutely brilliant, pleasure to be alive.
The only downside was skirting round the towns, The French love to stick a roundabout at every ****'s end they can think of and the real downer was the drone from the sat nav every 200 yards,"At the roundabout take the 2nd exit (always the 2nd exit), Rue de Charles De Gaulle"
Every sodding road was named ...
... gorgeous but I can see why Li-Li had to jack in fishing, it nigh on killed me getting back up the frigging bank.
Aperitifs and then into lunch - cous-cous, pieces of lamb and chicken done with vegetables and a fruity raisin sauce also with hot and savoury gravies to boot, loads of wine, followed up by apple crumble and coffee. Will had thirds.The food was delicious but ...
... Quimperle where she duly picks us up at 7pm to go back for supper.As usual they have the knack of turning something simple into a culinary extravaganza.Kick off with aperitifs - Ricard for me n Will.
Starters is Coquilles St Jacques, main course is really tender pork, French fries and some sort of carrot stew, viennetta for pudding followed by bread n cheese. All lovingly washed down with 3 different bottles of wine.Then out comes Li-Li's home made hooch with a pear in the ...
The street market was in full swing and dedicated fish market a sight to see. Meg was tempted at every turn but we couldn't buy anything. This was probably the best market we gave seen with autumn richness and cold sea catches; crabs, prawns, lobsters and shells all alive. To get some ...