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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 ...
... her shouting "attention, attention". We were initially confused at what she was trying to tell us, as she seemed very concerned, but she quickly pointed to Rose's dress and the fact that Rose had her dress caught in her pants, which was obviously something that a fashionable French person saw as a major disaster. The main reason to visit Nantes was to see the famous mechanical elephant. Situated on the site of a disused shipyard, the French government funded a ...
... salt crystals. By then the road was heaving with traffic all crawling along to go to the seaside for the day, so we gave up on that idea not being fond of crowds and carried on to Pornic. We found the aire at the Aquacentre, which was a long way out of town so only stopped for a lunch break and went to Pointe St Gilda's to a very nice-sounding aire and found it to be full for French ...
... for the help.The Town is large enough but as usual in France after 9 at night the show is over. There are fabulous walks and cycle paths near the river so tried that out after the barbecue.There are plenty Boulangerie for the fresh bread and a couple of supermarkets on edge of town. Well worth a visit if you are in the Nantes ...
... above and eked out an existence on meagre rations.
The day we visited Nantes I started off in really high spirits.
Driving into the town was a real treat. The streets were wide, the new buildings not too high and with some inspired architecture.
The Centre Ville had a few medieval building still, with later buildings, all blending into a fascinating melange.
The castle is in great nick and has ...