Sejours & Affaires Nantes Atlantic
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... all around. They seemed to be doing a great deal of renovation as there was quite a bit of scaffolding around. We did climb the ramparts of the Chateau and had a good look around there.
We went back to the hotel and I crashed for an hour, then we went out as we needed to find food and we were hoping to see the Chateau lit up at night. We walked for ages, as most places don't serve food until after 7pm. Lots ...
... more humid than Maisdon.
It's a very beautiful city with a rich history and when I get back from our trip I will post more about it with photos.
Today in the news , Hollande's ex partner, and former First Lady of the Élysées Palace, as well as a reputable journalist,Valerie Terweiller aka the Rotweiler has written a tell all book about her life with the President. It was published in secret outside of France and only 200, 000 copies ...
... some protests against the changes. The aftermath will be fascinating to follow. right now there is nothing else on television but critics and discussion over the crisis of confidence.
As for Les Roussieres, there is going to be a boar hunt on the property on Friday morning. there will be 22 hunters and 12 dogs taking part. I will be safely ensconced within the walls of the house as I ...
Breaking political news !!!!!! francois Hollande has asked the prime minister to form a new government since most of the ministers even the socialistes disagree strongly with the policies of the socialists headed by Prime Minister Emmanuelle Valse. There will be a new government tomorrow.
les Roussieres continues to be a refuge of quiet and calm with only the lowing of cattle and the twittering ...
... of the buildings are stunning. Vehicles are gradually being banned from the centre. There is apparently a maze of linked underground car parks and lanes, which keep the cars out of sight! Something Bristol might like to copy. We took a tram just to see where it went, ended up at a pretty little place and had a drink in a bar opposite a church. Much against Jon's ...