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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Pommeraye Nantes
The hotel had sent us a message to advise us they were renovating the hotel, but they also offered staff assistance with getting luggage up the stairs. We weren't worried anyway as we just had overnight bags, but I thought it was great that we had been warned and they offered assistance! We also met some lovely people going up and down the stairs, both guests and staff!
The hotel itself was lovely and central. You certainly have a great choice of food venues not very far from the hotel. It was quiet and clean and I loved our little balcony overlooking the cobblestone street below.
I also loved the green ethics of this hotel, so I would certainly recommend it, especially as it was a great price for the standard!
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Alex gets bored when he stays still for too long, so we decided on a side trip to keep him occupied. He chose Nantes (not that we could pronounce it until we arrived there!) because he could see there was a scenic rail trip from Nantes to Orleans along the Loire valley. It was covered under Eurail as well, with no booking required for most of the …
I'm in Casablanca now, it's 31°, Nantes was 12 °. It's brown like Australia, France was lush and green,I don't suppose they have great tasting strawberries here. How odd, this morning I was wandering around the market in La Boule, now Casablanca. Two hours flight and the world has completely changed, it's not like this in Australia! Waiting for Dad (Chris), I haven't heard from him. I wrote an email on Friday, no response. Hope all is ...
Bonsoir mes enfants et amies!
We enjoyed a pleasant cycle up the coast following the "velocean" cycle path past grazing cows, salt marshes and tidal flats where the ocean recedes up to 3 kl and makes possible the harvest of the region's ample supply of oysters and clams. A few very short conversations with friendly locals were highlights as I struggled to understand their enthusiastic explanations of the region ...
... where Krista's Alex calls home, went smoothly.
The sunny but cool weather was a perfect introduction to this beautiful region! We followed a dedicated cycle path west to the Atlantic, stopping for coffee in the vibrant market town of St. Jean de Monts. After checking out the variety of fish in the Sunday market we will have to eat exclusively fish in order to try them all.
After abandoning the bumpy cycle ...
... but I have to say I got on pretty well here. The city had a cool laid
back feel but still
managed to have a buzzing vibe. Walks along the river reminded me of
and the city was easy to
navigate (on foot) although I wasn't allowed on the tram unless
I was like a babe in arms or in a shopping bag(really?) the
pensioners did give theses options fleeting consideration but on
balance decided that neither was really a ...