Hotel Du Dauphin
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Du Dauphin St-Nazaire
The Hotel Du Dauphin was the perfect hotel for us to start our bicycle tour. Plenty of outside space and although there is no parking area there id plenty of parking on the street. The room was very clean and comfortable and the breakfast substantial.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Du Dauphin St-Nazaire
Travel Blogs from St-Nazaire
Left Hotel Henri IV before breakfast for the Gare Montparnasse. It was its usual hectic scene with much coming and going. We always seems to have so much baggage when we travel and it is important to keep an eye on everything.
The TGV is a pleasure to travel in as it took us to St Nazaire in a little over two and a half hours.
... was very friendly and when I retreated to my van to put Treacle inside because she was barking, the donkey tried to get in as well. By the time I had sorted the donkey out I realised that the german couple were inside their van peering anxiously out of the window because they were terrified and they didn't re emerge until I had led the poor animal back to the camp site reception and returned to report that they were ...
... fresh which will be lovely as its meant to be quite warm later today. Apparently it's unseasonably warm here in Brittany this year, and in particular, this week so we're told to expect temperatures of 30-31 degrees. The ride starts out well, we have some rolling uphill struggle and downhills, not too steep and then we're on the canal path into Reddon - very flat for the next 20 kms. We arrive in Reddon at 11am and we take time ...
... br> Nantes, a city on the Loire River in the Upper Brittany region of Western France, is quite large and very modern city and with that comes traffic especially about 4:00pm on a Saturday and the hotel was right in the middle - there were trams, raised cycle lanes down the middle of the road which were twice the width of the lanes for the other vehicles.
We didn't go out until a bit later this evening and I needed a cash point - easier ...
... The arrival into St Nazaire was around 8.30pm, have to love sunset at 10pm!
While St Nazaire is a quiet little town, it sits at the mouth of the Loire River, upon which flying boats landed in the 30's as their last stop before Southampton, where passengers disembarked and ...