Brit Hotel Le Kerann
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... it was really for walking but it would take you two days to walk around. We also saw a Battleship and Loire River and amazing barge boats and modern tourists boats, goats and gardens and chicks, (the feathered kind). We set off at 9am and got back at 3.30pm and apart from lunch and seeing the machines we were riding the rest of the time. Not hard riding, just enjoyable meandering riding. Not a bad way to see a ...
... its bay are part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It was amazing on the outside, very simple but beautiful on the inside. After our visit, we headed to Rennes and caught a train to Paris. (There is a much more stressful truth to this part involving more bad decisions on a travel day, poor French signage, and long lines at Europcar but I'll omit it here... Only to be told with a glass of wine in hand) We did make it to ...
... dedicated to creating large mechanical animals as a way to increase tourism. Prior to seeing the elephant we had a tour of the artist workshops, seeing a large ant, a bird and Venus fly trap. These animals seemed to scare and fascinate both Emily and Rose in equal measure, but the moving ant upset them both and we had to make a quick exit. We then saw the mechanical elephant, a huge moving structure that can accommodate 49 people to ride on it. We patiently waited for ...
... 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 ...
... of the fragility of civilisation - and the paradoxical nature of human nature - is something that I don't want to forget.
As a favourite philosopher, Alain de Botton, said in the Art of Travel:
"Instead of bringing back 1600 plants (i.e. souvenirs!) , we might return from our journeys with a collection of small unfêted but life-enhancing thoughts.”
Actually out of all the fairy tales, myths and legends I talked ...