Best Hotel Nantes
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... it was really for walking but it would take you two days to walk around. We also saw a Battleship and Loire River and amazing barge boats and modern tourists boats, goats and gardens and chicks, (the feathered kind). We set off at 9am and got back at 3.30pm and apart from lunch and seeing the machines we were riding the rest of the time. Not hard riding, just enjoyable meandering riding. Not a bad way to see a ...
We woke at 5am, needing to start the day early to catch a train to Nantes from the town of Savenay. We decided this was the best way to get there, not wanting to drive in what we rightly assumed would be a very busy city. The early morning journey took about two hours and the roads were nice and quiet. We caught the train for a journey that lasted 25mins. When arriving at Nantes station we then walked to find a tram. As Rose crossed the road a fashionable woman ...
... salt crystals. By then the road was heaving with traffic all crawling along to go to the seaside for the day, so we gave up on that idea not being fond of crowds and carried on to Pornic. We found the aire at the Aquacentre, which was a long way out of town so only stopped for a lunch break and went to Pointe St Gilda's to a very nice-sounding aire and found it to be full for French ...
We were using my trusted "all the Aires France" to locate this parking spot as it is just outside Nantes and I was trying to divide drive to Mediterranean into 3 chunks.However when we arrived a French motorhomer told us there was a nicer spot on the bank of the river nearby, he offered to drive ahead a show us to the spot. ...
... no sign of life anywhere. The houses from Niort back to Fontenay were seemingly empty with shutters closed and no lights on.
Where do they go? Please help! We can't work it out.
It's a couple of days now since our Nantes and La Rochelle museum trips, with a day to Les Sable d'Orlonne as well - and a visit to a museum of contemporary art there, so the deep thoughts of the darkness in men's hearts is starting to wear off.