Brit Hotel Le Kerann
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... an open camp site appeared and we have managed to pitch dry tents before the rain started again! We are in the tent and just going to emerge for pre dinner drinks and nibbles. See the photos for today's highlights. A de main et Bon soir. PS we are now sitting under a sun parasol with our drinks. PPS note the photo of Pat with his shower cap emerging from the Loire after communing with his ...
Cloudy start, but the forecast was good. After yesterday, dry was OK. But it warmed up and the sun came out. And we wore clothes - not t-shirt and shorts. The French are already in winter clothing - coats, scarves and boots.
The tram system is fabulous. We got off at the stop for the viewing tower and found it, and found that it was shut on Mondays! Never ...
... Diversions, floods, runners - what else could we endure. Oh yes! Snooper froze her screen at a vital moment meaning I took the wrong turning. But we got to the campsite, having decided that after all of this, we would stay 2 nights, so that we could really see Nantes. Lovely receptionist gave us all the details including the €7.40 ticket for 24 hours of travel in the ...
... centuries when Nantes was the capital of the Dukes of Brittany. Given the souvenir shops selling all sorts of Breton goods it still seems to hold true that at least in spirit the city has links to the north west region of France that it once controlled.
The city is a big place, with around 280,000 people in the central area but around half a million living in the region and surrounding towns and villages. It is a ...
... allowed to smoke or wear cologne/perfume as the boars would be able to sniff out their pursuers.I am certain that 22 men would be deeply dismayed to see a woman among them especially one with no experience. Fortunately I am more than content to take a walk and then make a plum tart, possibly go to the supermarket for provisions, more womanly endeavors certainly in the eyes of the French.
It is ...