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Travel Blogs from Nantes
... us to the hostel without once getting lost! the concierge is a very gru,py looking but sweet man who made sure we went out and got food before he would let us near the computers. It took several attempts before he gqve us the password. That ,eans it is now quite late and I a, no longer entirely sure of what i, typing. im also aware that the french keyboard is getting the better of ,e so i will stop and try and write ,ore co,prehensibly ...
... Heidi had roast Sea Bass and I had Turbot with a medley of shellfish. Both excellent and the chef/owner came round to chat with everyone, we were made to feel very comfortable and at home, no stuffiness here. This was a very relaxing day and conveniently got us much closer to Saint Malo, our next and last destination before the crossing back to England.
... squares for resting and sitting areas are there instead.. We were lucky enough to wander into the beautiful Opera House - where all the operas and shows are performed - One would feel very grand , sitting in one of the side boxes for important people and the levels of seating reach 6 stories high.. Hopefully the pics will give an indication of its beauty. Nantes holds the title of France’s Green capital - and we believe it.
A fond farewell, Arevoir ...
So, off we went to the next town, Sabres, where we happened upon a lovely little boulangerie right across from the town center. The delightful man helped us with a baguette for lunch, a pain au chocolat for breakfast, and a lovely cuppa café to go with it. We had our picture-perfect breakfast on the patio, in the sunshine, and all was better.
We continued northward, heading generally toward Mont St. Michel. This meant quite a lot of autoroute miles ...
... grey 'cathedral' like building dominates the skyline around the port of St Nazaire. Containing fourteen double submarine bays, all still bearing their numbers both inside and out and still full of water, as if waiting for new u-boats to arrive. Around the outside of the building bomb damage can be observed, but with a thirty foot thick roof, the Allies found it impossible to destroy with the weapons available of the time. Some of the ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed