Hotel de la Gare
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... Machines, which is a robot entertainment/education facility with a leaning to green and nature. The robots were interactive with young people being chosen from the crowds to ride them or demonstrate their peculiarities. So many excited children riding on a robot elephant.
From Nantes we visited Clisson and Ancenis, two small castle towns, with the first being a pretty good demonstration of ...
I've managed to evict the cous-cous baby, all is presently well with the world.
We got a bit monged last night, so interesting pictures of Nantes are pretty low down the list.
The most important thing was to find a different way back to Quimperle avoiding the Scooby doo route and the voie express.
Garmin, bless 'em, make a map programme for your laptop called BaseCamp so you can **** around to your heart's content picking out the route ...
Yet another sunny day in France. Last night it was so very black not sure I have ever seen such intense darkness. Suz took her panic alarm to bed with her she spooked me a bit so took mine too but I slept well. We are in the car park of what looks to be a witton park sort of place cyclists dog walkers etc. Both still in pjs drinking coffee we plan to go to the coast today about 10 miles ...
... problem in the electrical circuit, I figured that I could ride on the map as well. This is not without danger though. As I was riding in these tiny, winding roads along the Brittanie coastline, I often needed to check the map on top of my tank to head in the right direction. All of a sudden I was in this really nasty turn which I realised too late to take it properly. ...
... some time to get through all the levels and I was over the heat and lack of comprehension by the time we exited into the still hot, but no longer searing courtyard. There was free water fountains there which was good, as we had sweated out the water we took with us, so could top up our bottles. We made our way via, shady parts of the street to the cathedral where the tour bus departs from, only to find the last bus left at 5pm which was 20 minutes prior. ...