Premiere Classe Brest - Gouesnou
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... handsome architectural legacy.
We're staying in the only campground near Locronan and it is very nice. It's on the side of a hill and the pitches are laid out on terraces. All the facilities are quite new and sparkling clean and they have a lovely big heated swimming pool with a solarium cover over it.
Around the cocktail hour, we took an easy ten minute stroll into the village. Evidently this place is heaving ...
... with white sand and all... and watched people learning to sand buggy with kites and a jockey giving his horse a workout on the beach. What a gorgeous spot on such an incredible day!
Dinner was an 8km jaunt away in the town of Plouguerneau, a restaurant that looked like nothing from the outside, but was quite flash and modern on the inside. We feared we would be eating alone when we stepped in at 8pm and we were the first customers, however several other ...
... and winds at level 12 (180 km/hr I think). We spent most of the day in bed. We did not get sea sick. During the night the storm was at its worst. We were ok in our cabin. The items we had loose on top of desks went flying. Vera's bar fridge moved across the room and disappeared under her bed. Hilarious! Unfortunately the storm snapped off the ship's satellite dish. I finished my book today "The Little Paris Bookshop" by Nina George. A fabulous novel. There are French recipes at ...
... as scary like in the daytime. The second day our slight westerly breeze turned out to actually come from the North East, but was not a breeze because it actually managed to blow us about 40 degrees further out than where we wanted to be - better than being blown inshore though I suppose, but with big winds comes high seas - not piddly little 1 metre swells which were forecast, No - bloody big 4 & 5 metre swells which fancied going in the ...
... to cover it at around 6 knots on average, about two and a half days if all goes well. I will update the blog tonight so if after a week there as been no more updates of our progress we've probably been eaten by fish and the adventure ended somewhere in Biscay ! We joined Ted and Chris for farewell drinks at the 'Donegan' and hopefully we will catch up with them later in the year in the Med. Camaret has been lovely but the time is now right to move ...