B&B Nantes Centre
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Weather: a warm morning followed by a hot afternoon, maximum 35C.
No rush this morning as we were both tired after a big day yesterday. Breakfast was served in the restaurant area - a light, bright room. It was a cold buffet, with quite a good choice of food. The pastries had just come out of the oven and were still warm - yum! There was a table of four disabled people and two carers dining here as well. This is the third occasion we have noticed ...
... to older retired people. Although no one in Australia seems to know of Puy du Fou, everybody in France knows about it and speaks about it in glowing terms. It attracts 1.5 million visitors each year. The park is amazingly clean, despite the thousands who visit each day. There are plenty of toilets located frequently, hence women do not have to wait!!! Interestingly, as we found previously in France, men's urinals are relatively open to see into - ...
Sunday morning in Blaye and early start at parking ticket expires at 08:08 and I wasn't sure if barrier would lift!
Anyway there were spaces outside and breakfast in the morning sunshine was delightful.
On to Super U supermarket in search of gas a my Spain cylinder had run out and I was on Irish reserve,
Unfortunately the gas man is closed on Sundays so it was on wards and Northwards by 10:15.
All motorway today but it was a ...
... br> Nantes, a city on the Loire River in the Upper Brittany region of Western France, is quite large and very modern city and with that comes traffic especially about 4:00pm on a Saturday and the hotel was right in the middle - there were trams, raised cycle lanes down the middle of the road which were twice the width of the lanes for the other vehicles.
We didn't go out until a bit later this evening and I needed a cash point - easier ...
We woke at 5am, needing to start the day early to catch a train to Nantes from the town of Savenay. We decided this was the best way to get there, not wanting to drive in what we rightly assumed would be a very busy city. The early morning journey took about two hours and the roads were nice and quiet. We caught the train for a journey that lasted 25mins. When arriving at Nantes station we then walked to find a tram. As Rose crossed the road a fashionable woman ...