Hotel Mercure Angers Lac De Maine
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... first day of rain, (probably since Edinburgh!), so we only had short walk in town before back to the hotel to read and for me to write this travel blog.
Tomorrow we take the big highways and some toll roads towards Paris. First to Orly Airport to drop the car off, then into the heart of Paris to the apartment which will our home for a few days.
I wanted to add 'my impressions of France':
We have again really enjoyed ...
... against the neighbouring Protestant town of La Rochelle. Gradually the harbour silted up in the last part of the 17th century, leaving the town stranded and useless as a port. It fell into ruin.
Amazing sight from the walls watching a storm coming in off the Atlantic Ocean very fast so we scamper back to the car and head towards Rochefort on the Atlantic Coast to the south-east of La Rochelle and ...
As we wind our way down into the valley a heavy fog covers everything. Visibility was down to 50 metres at times.
5 hours later and the fog has not lifted as we speed along driving as safely and as fast as we can. It is still foggy as we approach the deviation past Paris on our way to Saumur. All the way from the French alps to the Loire valley across France.
Lucas is tootling along at 160 klm and we come up behind an ...
... friends from Australia who were about to start their Balkans tour, but had a few days free first to spend in Paris. So I joined them and had an absolute ball! Now I am on my own again until Les returns to Angers on Friday.
I have plenty to do - just not enjoying it! It is time to find out how to cancel my lease on the flat, disconnect the gas and the internet. Hmmm - really not enjoying this at all! I have been putting off visiting the Orange ...
... a few weeks later by the Republican troops. *************cile these pretty, sleepy towns with such a past.
Its most notable monument is its abbey which was originally established in the 6th century. It was left to decay over centuries until 1637 when monks restored it. However, it was damaged again during the French Revolution 1790-1793 but today sits proudly on the banks of the Loire and the backlit night view of it from our room on the opposite site of ...