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... inside a fortress, which we roamed through, quirky art all over the place, some very modern buildings and some very old buildings that were amazing, the machines which you will see in the pictures, and a very lovely shopping mall that was very quaint. We were riding along saying "Riding the green mile, riding the green mile" for those who have watched the movie, "The Green Mile" The line took us ...
... its bay are part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It was amazing on the outside, very simple but beautiful on the inside. After our visit, we headed to Rennes and caught a train to Paris. (There is a much more stressful truth to this part involving more bad decisions on a travel day, poor French signage, and long lines at Europcar but I'll omit it here... Only to be told with a glass of wine in hand) We did make it to ...
... sat right at the top in the look out platform. It started moving and we got a great view from the top. Whilst she was upset earlier at the thought of it spraying her with water, she then laughed as she saw it spraying other people from her high vantage point! We then left the elephant behind and headed into the centre of Nantes. After eating we looked around the shops, managing to find a Fnac store, the French HMV, for John to look for DVDs of French films from ...
We were using my trusted "all the Aires France" to locate this parking spot as it is just outside Nantes and I was trying to divide drive to Mediterranean into 3 chunks.However when we arrived a French motorhomer told us there was a nicer spot on the bank of the river nearby, he offered to drive ahead a show us to the spot. ...
... what's going on now with Islamic State in the Middle East.
The bookshop in Nantes got it: 'The discourse of miseries in our time'.
And if that wasn't enough, there was the Revolution-- the guillotine and in Nantes, when that was too slow -- mass drownings in the Loire.
Then there was the daily misery of workers in the factories of the 19th century, with no rights to time off apart from church ...