Les Moulins du Duc
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... with a Spanish Cognac – trust me. Just TRUST ME. Our next course was a perfectly cooked Filet Mignon topped with a beautiful Bernaise sauce – oh SO GOOD. My side dishes were, now don’t be jealous….Truffle Mashed Potatoes and Creamed Spinach; Christopher had Green Beans and the same potatoes. Dessert began with Passion Fruit Gelee and a Black Berry Gelee – most wonderfully timed before the REAL ...
Today is our last day in France and we fly out to Southampton this afternoon. Fun trying to pack cases again. Left the hotel and drove down to Carnac where on the on the outskirts of the town there are fields which have enormous standing stones similar to Stonehenge but 2700 of them arranged In lines. They are believed to have ...
... main square. We were driving down the coast which had villages dotted right along the coast with sandy beaches. Foussant was a very pretty village and eventually reached Corcarneau which is a very old walled town on the coast. We walked into the centre of the walls where there are lots of shops also very touristy. From there we drove to ...
... World Cup quarter finals and France was playing - that explained the large screen and speakers that had been assembled that afternoon not far from us.
We went back to the boat to soak up the atmosphere. We were in the shade of our cockpit when it started to drizzle. Germany had scored and early goal, much to dampen the atmosphere. Then before half time the big screen stopped working and everyone either headed ...
... br> Six of us ended up in a superb restaurant called La Verrière , just off the market square. We again had the Menu du jour, but Neil changed his main course for Moules Marinière et Frites! As he had elected to carry the rucksack, who was I to object!
We then went over to The Fortifications, dating from the 13th century. Entered by a short bridge and main gate, it was then possible to scale the battlements and towers. It was very reminiscent of St Malo with its walled town. ...