Hotel L'Ile de la Lagune
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... many areas between those are very nice. There are several huge squares with thousands of people eating outside in cafes. (One night we estimated there had to be 75,000 people eating at all the squares in Nice right then.) The tram takes you between areas for 1 euro, or it's not a bad walk. There's lovely old buildings and parks, and the city is adding a lot more recently. But it is crazy busy, the trams are packed to capacity, there are ...
This morning we headed to a place we found in the Nantes Tourism Guide called Les Machines De L'ile. It's a crazy attraction where a group of mechanically minded people have designed and built this huge mechanical elephant that walks around. You can ride the elephant for £8. It holds approx 50 people at a time. Of course we had a ride! They've also got a three story marine themed carousel. Each animal you sit on is interactive in some way. The whole place was a bit quirky (in a cool way). ...
The wake up call was very early and I was definitely a bit slow. I didn't leave till 0920 but I wanted to be downstairs to say goodbye. Very hard saying goodbye to one or two people who so quickly become a part of your day to day life. Back up to the room and get things sorted for the trip to Nice. Had a real nice cab driver who chattered away the whole time. Cost 50 Euro though, as much as my ticket to Nice! Orly airport was a bit of a night mare. Finding Easyjets ...
... nearby, and a little garden. The drinks were 2€ apiece, which seemed really cheap, given that they have to bring everything in themselves, and they have a monopoly on supplying thirsty hikers. We finished our drinks, then got on our bikes, pointed them down and held on firmly to the brakes. I think we took about 4 hours on the hike. I could try to describe the scenery in more detail, but we took pictures, so I will let them speak ...
... Quite a few of the family grave areas are covered by a little glass house. In many cases quite a number of bodies are interred under the one grave stone.
We drove into the Perigord Noir area, where dark green trees dominate the hills. We were lucky that in Le Bugue we were in ...