All Seasons Nantes Centre
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Travel Blogs from Nantes
... us to the hostel without once getting lost! the concierge is a very gru,py looking but sweet man who made sure we went out and got food before he would let us near the computers. It took several attempts before he gqve us the password. That ,eans it is now quite late and I a, no longer entirely sure of what i, typing. im also aware that the french keyboard is getting the better of ,e so i will stop and try and write ,ore co,prehensibly ...
After the disappointment of La Rochelle we headed off to a beautiful hotel with 2 Michelin star restaurant, Anne de Bretagne at Port de la Gravette.
This was a truly tranquil and relaxing hotel with very contemporary design and unlike the Hotel de Paris at Saint Tropez, this design had function and cohesion. We arrived at lunch time and we had ...
... road, was the indication that something BIG was going to happen. We found an empty seat and positioned ourselves to ’people watch’ and get a great view too, of the beach area. Numbers swelled , and at 10pm sharp (had to wait till it was dark), the streets lights went out and we were all in darkness ….the display started immediately from 2 naval boats moored a short way off shore . The Avenue is about 5 miles long and was lined with people watching ...
... around the town a little bit on foot (which didn’t take very long), and headed back to the campsite for dinner, and some blogging. Since we had an electric connection, I could use the laptop – yay!
While we ate, we noticed a kid on a bike just doing laps of the roads of the campsite. A bit of a criterium of his own, perhaps. This guy was maybe 10 or 11, and was riding a bike that he’d grow into eventually, but it was clear that he enjoyed being on it, ...
St Nazaire is most famously known for the daring exploits of 600 men and a ship called HMS Campbeltown. When the allies sent this ship full of explosives to blow-up the Joubert dry dock gates. Code name Operation Chariot.
But, those of you looking for more undocumented history can find much more in St Nazaire because it is also home to the German U boat pens, which operated against the Allies in the Atlantic during WWII.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed