B&B Saint Nazaire/La Baule
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... of the villagers. A market was in progress, fish, meat and plenty of veges. Strangely there were two permanent butcher shops within 25 m of the market which also had a butcher. The vegetable stalls had some strange looking veges for sale. We noticed in these small towns shops specialising in goods such as cellphones, jewellery and toy shops for very small populations. Perhaps they are subsidised?
Now we ...
Prior to going to Nantes I had asked the Quentels if we could have some langoustines - my favourite of all shellfish. Something they gave me years ago and I've been fond of ever since.
Quick shell fish lesson:
A langoustine is not a crayfish, which is fresh water, but rather...Nephrops norvegicus, known variously as the Norway lobster, Dublin Bay ...
... Saves having to do it on the satnav itself.
Took a bit of time but voila, 40 minutes later, got a tailor made route.
Now you might ask 'Why are you going back to Quimperle? Surely the Quentels have had enough of you 2 pissheads?'
Not so mes amis. We had a date with destiny. More later.
French dual carriageways are largely known as N roads - route National. The majority of the other stuff is D roads, ...
... br> The satnav said 5 miles to the hotel in the town centre. The road was perfectly straight and there was traffic as far as the eye could see moving at snail's pace. No choice but to tough it out.
It was evident early doors that there were a lot of roundabouts. I had nothing better to do so I thought I would count them as far as the hotel.
It took us 45 minutes to do 5 miles and there were 35 ******* roundabouts!!
... fresh which will be lovely as its meant to be quite warm later today. Apparently it's unseasonably warm here in Brittany this year, and in particular, this week so we're told to expect temperatures of 30-31 degrees. The ride starts out well, we have some rolling uphill struggle and downhills, not too steep and then we're on the canal path into Reddon - very flat for the next 20 kms. We arrive in Reddon at 11am and we take time ...