Campanile Nantes Saint-Sebastien-sur-Loire
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... out too, it does not have the 'city centre' feel of Rennes or the much smaller Vannes so navigating the streets does not come intuitively, instead it seems like you are walking from square to square and area to area rather than enjoying one city centre. There are some really grand buildings, but very few Breton style wooden buildings to see in the city (or at least we did not see many). One area that does stand out is the ...
... the 1144 was full and standing on arrival at Questembert and remained that way through to Nantes. So, it seems as though the trains are well used and if there were a few more of them could be even better patronised overall but a casual glimpse at the timetable shows all sorts of gaps in services that must make planning your day fairly hard going whether you are trying to commute to or from work or fancy a leisure trip elsewhere.
... in the area Le Manoir de La Boulaie, a 2 star establishment set in a lovely park like property with a large pond full of stately swans. The menu is simply incredible boasting small dishes imaginatively served, a feast for the eye and the palate and we have never been disappointed by Chef Laurent Saudeau' s creativity. In his own words he leads the customer on a voyage of discovery and what a trip it is!!!!!!
After lunch we stopped to see the Chateau de Goulaine, just a ...
An early flight from Nice and I was back in Nantes by 9 am, a cool misty morning with the sound of the harvesting machines still in the air. A 20 minute drive to the house and I had to go and have a nap since I had been up since 4 am.
it was nice to have a couple of quiet days as we were expecting friends to arrive from Paris at noon on Friday, and we were to attend the Fete du Village or the village party on Friday evening, a tradition that has been ...
... their milk supplies, the males after they have been fattened awhile are killed for their meat.
We are going to Bordeaux tomorrow to visit Dominique's elderly aunt and uncle, Pierre is 93 and Paulette is 88, they still live in their own home in a small community called Camblane just outside the city, it will take us about 4 hours to get there and it promises to be a hot day for driving, 30 degrees, Bordeaux is south of us and generally much ...