Pierre & Vacances Residence Cap Glenan
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today is Bastille day although from the reaction of the hotel staff you wouldn't know it. Doesn't seem to be a big deal in this part of Brittany. After breakfast we drove into Quimper (Kemper) that was almost like a ghost town initially as it is a public holiday. Gave us the opportunity to see this really pretty town without the hordes. After coffee the place did start to come alive and you could ...
... until the wind dropped off, it was warm and sunny and we could see plenty of small jelly fish in the water.We decided to anchor in a bay around the corner from Lorient called Loremer, and spend the night here before going into the marina in the morning, we set the anchor alarm as we were quite near small fishing boats on their moorings. We anchored here over 30 years ago before the girls were born, in our first yacht called Windrose, a Holman 26, where does the time go, in ...
... 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.
... with ice Dave had a Ricard. This was accompanied by nibbles.
Then a started of Melon with bread and butter – try it !!! It is a taste sensation!! The main course came out and was (see picture) what looked like a stew of some sort –it turned out to be Rabbit, Pork, Mushroom and Onion - a really really nice combination. (I think this was the meal Dave had when he first went over when he was 17) This was ...
... in Plymouth by Allspars, everything is done from the cockpit, a big thank you to Dave Barden and all the boys at Allspars who worked so hard to give us a modern efficient mainsail reefing system. The wind wasn't as warm as we would have liked but we were sailing really well and it wasn't long before we put the Genoa up and we were creaming along at 7 to 8 knots. When we arrived off Benodet the wind was coming off the land so it was sheltered enough to anchor off ...