Campanile Nantes Centre - Saint Jacques
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Travel Blogs from Nantes
... bakeries are all closed for lunch and restaurants have stopped serving. We had a long hot midday stretch today with nothing but two energy gels to eat - they are very ,uch a last resort. Sickly sweet and with the consistency of slug juice; they are not edible unless you are very hungry. We stopped at three or four villages as we approached Nantes and only in the final one did we find a dingy little bar still sleepily open. A coke and a snickers ...
... the lawn. I am not known as a great salad eater but on this occasion I can safely say that the Lotte salad was the most delicious I have ever had, this was washed down with a fine bottle of Muscadet.
We had a good rest and prepared for our evening meal, this was excellent quality and most reasonably priced for a 2 star establishment. We both ...
... around the town a little bit on foot (which didn’t take very long), and headed back to the campsite for dinner, and some blogging. Since we had an electric connection, I could use the laptop – yay!
While we ate, we noticed a kid on a bike just doing laps of the roads of the campsite. A bit of a criterium of his own, perhaps. This guy was maybe 10 or 11, and was riding a bike that he’d grow into eventually, but it was clear that he enjoyed being on it, ...
... grey 'cathedral' like building dominates the skyline around the port of St Nazaire. Containing fourteen double submarine bays, all still bearing their numbers both inside and out and still full of water, as if waiting for new u-boats to arrive. Around the outside of the building bomb damage can be observed, but with a thirty foot thick roof, the Allies found it impossible to destroy with the weapons available of the time. Some of the ...
... 3, 4!
Now this is the story all about how
Our lives got flipped, turned upside down
And I'd like to take a minute just sit right there
I'll tell you how how we became a free nation
In west Philadelphia it was written and signed
in D.C is where it spends most of its time
Chilling out, maxing, relaxing all cool
and kickin some British butt cause they have no rule
When a couple ...