Appart'City Nantes Sanitat
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... while two very ,uch the worse for wear frenchmen ca,e outside to talk to us about what English people are of course the ,ost interested in - Chris Froome and the Royal baby. One of them also had an electric bike he tried to show off for us but he unfortunately ,issed the key slot and instead pocked his ,etal key into so,e live wiring of sorts and prompted a cascade of sparks! we left hastily after that. We reached Nantes and I ...
... 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.
Nice to Nantes, France
Our final day in Nice and it is Bastille Day. A last few hours spent strolling the Old quarter for some last minute shopping, packing of bags, and we were ready for a final farewell walk after dinner to the Promonade de Anglaise - the main road that follows the beach line from the Airport to the Port. We had thought there would be celebrations of fireworks , and we were not disappointed. Roadblocks set up to stop traffic on this normally ...
... showers! For €2 each, we could rinse off the last few days’ worth of grime. Yessir, we’ll take it! Granted, it felt a little weird for me to wander into the mens’ room (where the showers were located – apparently a large percentage of French truckers are male), but Dejo had gone first, and told me which door, so I didn’t encounter any surprises. The showers weren’t exactly sparkling, nor spacious, but they were warm and effective.
Getting to St Nazaire is easy by car from Nantes, where this is a small airport that most European budget airlines use. Take the N165?N161 from Nantes or Rennes. St Nazaire railway station is on the main route from most major cites, such as Paris, Lyon, Lille and Strasbourg and used both regional and TGV trains. Hotels range in price from three star at £65 per night to five star at £113 per night.
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