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... and he said he only did car batteries not charging units for motorhomes. He phoned someone else and they told him where he was sure we'd get some help. Unfortunately this was away from Saint Malo near Nantes and not having a choice we travelled down towards Nantes. Well lucky for us they had the right power pack and we could have it for €545. My budget is blown for the week. It's one of those have ...
... its bay are part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. It was amazing on the outside, very simple but beautiful on the inside. After our visit, we headed to Rennes and caught a train to Paris. (There is a much more stressful truth to this part involving more bad decisions on a travel day, poor French signage, and long lines at Europcar but I'll omit it here... Only to be told with a glass of wine in hand) We did make it to ...
... her shouting "attention, attention". We were initially confused at what she was trying to tell us, as she seemed very concerned, but she quickly pointed to Rose's dress and the fact that Rose had her dress caught in her pants, which was obviously something that a fashionable French person saw as a major disaster. The main reason to visit Nantes was to see the famous mechanical elephant. Situated on the site of a disused shipyard, the French government funded a ...
We spent the weekend in Bretagne, one day in Nantes, and a few days in the sea resort town of La Baule, spending some quality time with family, taking the sun, enjoying the food and exploring the surroundings.
Nous avons passe le weekend en Bretagne, un jour a Nantes puis quelques jours a La Baule. Nous avons pu nous y reposer, profiter de la famille, du soleil, de la cuisine francaise et explorer les allentours.
... in the region, a 20 feet high megalith.
We then headed to La Table des Marchand in the nearby town of Locmariaquer, a large dolmen built between 3900 and 3800 BC. There was a nice little video that explained the history of the site and what was known (not much). There was a tomb that we couldn’t enter, but they assumed it was for a very important person since some ...