Campanile Nantes Est
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Alex gets bored when he stays still for too long, so we decided on a side trip to keep him occupied. He chose Nantes (not that we could pronounce it until we arrived there!) because he could see there was a scenic rail trip from Nantes to Orleans along the Loire valley. It was covered under Eurail as well, with no booking required for most of the journeys. There were some times that said booking required. We did book anyway ...
Already September, kids back to school yesterday except in BC, here it is an achingly beautiful day, bright sunlight and a lovely breeze to dry my hanging laundry. The vintners will be happy to have these last weeks of sunshine before le vend age or grape harvest, we have checked the grapes recently and because of all the rain they have not sweetened enough to be ready Went for a walk this morning, it's become a routine with us but today was special, we ...
... 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 ...
... for the scampi to boil in a broth with lemon, garlic and herbs. Served with homemade mayo they were succulent and delicious and went well with a glass of rosť. All of the scampi shells were kept to make a delicious bisque for the following day. Calvados was flambeed with the shells, wine added garlic, tarragon, salt and pepper and a bit of espelette for spiciness and a few secret ingredients,then all reduced to a ...
... 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 ...