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Travel Blogs from Nantes
... bakeries are all closed for lunch and restaurants have stopped serving. We had a long hot midday stretch today with nothing but two energy gels to eat - they are very ,uch a last resort. Sickly sweet and with the consistency of slug juice; they are not edible unless you are very hungry. We stopped at three or four villages as we approached Nantes and only in the final one did we find a dingy little bar still sleepily open. A coke and a snickers ...
... Heidi had roast Sea Bass and I had Turbot with a medley of shellfish. Both excellent and the chef/owner came round to chat with everyone, we were made to feel very comfortable and at home, no stuffiness here. This was a very relaxing day and conveniently got us much closer to Saint Malo, our next and last destination before the crossing back to England.
We woke up, a little excited at the idea of FINALLY getting to walk to a boulangerie to get a baguette for our breakfast – there was one just a block away from this parking area. We've been buying bread and having it the next day, which – while still miles ahead of the King Soopers options at home – isn’t quite the quaint experience we were looking forward to. Imagine, then, our disappointment when the sign at the local boulangerie said that they were closed ...
... used for art installations and a tourist office, but little information can be found locally about the dry dock or the pens. However, a walk way onto the roof has now been added giving spectacular views out to sea. These pens were built between 1941 and 1942 by the Organisation Todt.
The Joubert dry dock was the only dock on the Atlantic coast capable of servicing ships such as the Bismarke, which caused so many casualties to ...
... 3, 4!
Now this is the story all about how
Our lives got flipped, turned upside down
And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there
I'll tell you how how we became a free nation
In west Philadelphia it was written and signed
in D.C is where it spends most of its time
Chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool
and kickin some British butt cause they have no rule
When a couple ...