Campanile Nantes St. Herblain

Route de St-Etienne-de-Montluc ZI Atlantis, Saint Herblain, Pays de la Loire, 44811, France | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on Route de St-Etienne-de-Montluc ZI Atlantis, Saint Herblain, is near The Machines de l'Ile, Passage Pommeraye, Musee Jules Verne de Nantes, and Musee Thomas-Dobree.
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Travel Blogs from Saint Herblain

Nantes, no longer the Breton capital

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Oct 01, 2014

2 comments, 4 photos

... of the hard liquor. A win-win situation for all concerned as it saved me lugging the heavy bottles back on the train and our friends got the merchandise at a much lower price of €17.00.

We still had our day out to Nantes, which sits in the Loire Atlantique region of France and has not officially been in modern day Brittany since 1969. The city is dominated by a grand château, of which parts date from the 15th ...

Timetables, but not as you know them!

A travel blog entry by holtyboy on Sep 30, 2014

2 photos


For the first time since owning the house in France we have decided to catch the train from our local station at Questembert. The station is about 12km from Malestroit and is on the main line between Vannes (population 50,000), Redon (population 10,000) and Nantes (population 280,000) a journey of, if you catch a fast train, about one hour and twenty minutes from Vannes to Nantes. It is fair to say that SNCF have a fairly erratic timetable, ...

The 24 Hour tour and a fly story

A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 29, 2014

10 photos

... about determining who had the freshest liveliest langoustines,oysters and mussels. The blue lobsters were literally snapping and the shrimp wriggling and waving their antennae as they scrambled over piles of their brethren and we purchased a kilo of the pink crustaceans, and the mussels from Mont St Michel. Grabbing a couple of baguettes, more luscious desserts from the bakery we made a quick tour of stalls loaded with produce, shoes for 20 euros and fashionable shirts and dresses ...

Home again and a night to remember

A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Sep 24, 2014

7 photos

... day.

The first fete we ever attended was a raucous affair, with little in the way of applies, the poisonous punch, lots of wine, a vote for the mayor of the village, speeches, drinking songs and games and salad and some bread the only food in evidence until after midnight. The indoor fireplace had been lit a couple of times to grill the dinner but had been forgotten in the heat of frivolity and I had to make my way home by 12:30 a bit tipsy ...

Les Nouvelles

A travel blog entry by kdliggins on Aug 26, 2014

1 comment

... some protests against the changes. The aftermath will be fascinating to follow. right now there is nothing else on television but critics and discussion over the crisis of confidence.
As for Les Roussieres, there is going to be a boar hunt on the property on Friday morning. there will be 22 hunters and 12 dogs taking part. I will be safely ensconced within the walls of the house as I ...