Campanile Nantes St. Herblain
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... Century) with great displays and many buildings which were shops - very like Sovereign Hill. Here the specialist shops sold painted porcelain, leather goods, soap and potpourri, woodwork, iron products etc. All were of a very high standard with the maker/shopkeeper dressed appropriately for the period. There was to be a show of musical instruments of this period, but as all seats were in the full sun we decided to give this one a miss. It was VERY hot ...
... an audience of a few thousand people.
Les Vikings was a show telling of the arrival of the Vikings in a French village. Animals were used again, including well trained dogs who were 'attacking' the Vikings as they started to plunder the village. There were stuntmen falling from buildings, being dragged behind horses and being killed in sword fights. A Viking Ship rose up from the river with people on board, standing upright - how did they do ...
A cycle around the town revealed a huge flea market in progress with hundreds of browsers and stall holders enjoying he interaction.
We were considering our evening options to keep WiFi going, as I had a problem getting French SIM card to work as it had been inactive since May. Orange France has a 2Gig monthly top up which expires at end of 28 days whereas Orange Spain has no expiry on your credit.
At the end of the analysis ...
Saturday 20th June 2015
The alarm was set for 08:00 knowing we may sleep in following last nights excesses - we had booked and paid for the breakfast at Hotel Jeanne D'Arc so we were never going to miss that!!
We felt remarkably well for saying and both agreed that should be a one off!!! Too much time lost.
We set off about 11:00 expecting about 4 hours riding - roads great again - remember yesterday I said how good and ...
... by train to London.
It is a fascinating town, which today hosts an Airbus factory right at the airport, where fuselages are built, then transferred to Toulouse in "the Beluga" for final assembly. The French Navy has a base, and large sections of the river are restricted airspace.