Pierre & Vacances Residence Cap Glenan
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... St Jacques (chopped Scallops in a sauce) another taste sensation!!!
Followed by Pork (from a Piglet) and home made Frites made from potatoes from the garden and
carrots in an onion sauce. Followed by bread and cheese and strawberry cheesecake
thingy!!! Obviously each course accompanied by a different bottle of wine.
We returned to the hotel and that was it.
Miles today – Riding zero - Walked about ...
... 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 ...
... to David and I when we were walking around Quimper of when we used to go there with the girls, either whilst staying in Gites or visiting from our boat, in fact we had a coffee in the same Cafe we visited many years ago. The town reminds us very much of Vanne with its style and age of buildings.The coach journey to and fro Quimper was brilliant, so comfortable, the drivers were so polite and safe and the scenery was lovely.We relaxed in the evening as we were planning ...
... lighter as time went on. The seas were flat, wind gentle such brilliant conditions to cross in although a little more wind would have been good, very different from our sail home back on April 10th when we left to cross to Plymouth in high winds and a very cold night. At 10.40 I spotted Ille Vierge Lighthouse, in the distance, it's the the tallest lighthouse in Europe, and it marks the entrance to L'Aberwrach. ...