Campanile Nantes Est
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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 ...
... low being unemployed, so using the free rail travel seemed rather semsible even if there are not many trains to choose from!
We need not have bothered planning a day out as on our first day in Brittany, on a shopping trip to the local Super U, we stumbled across a stash of the flavoured cognac at lower prices that expected. Even though it was just past 10.00 in the morning we sneaked to the checkout clutching ...
... The next service to Nantes would be, if you happened to want to travel on the 25th September or after the 29th September (but not the 10th November) at around 1355 and after that there is a 1444 (Friday only sevice) followed by a 1641 service. It certainly makes you appreciate the regular pattern services that we have in the UK - miss a train in France and then your day is well and truly scuppered!
It is not like the train is ...
... of the buildings are stunning. Vehicles are gradually being banned from the centre. There is apparently a maze of linked underground car parks and lanes, which keep the cars out of sight! Something Bristol might like to copy. We took a tram just to see where it went, ended up at a pretty little place and had a drink in a bar opposite a church. Much against Jon's ...