Oceania Nantes Hotel
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... excellent, centre front, Row G. Looking around the seating at 10:00pm, 95% of seats were full. We were told the stadium, all outdoors, held 14,000 people.
We sat next to a delightful French man who appeared to have a personality similar to Brad's! He initiated conversation with us chatting away in French. We said we were Australian and only spoke a little French - although he never spoke to us in English, he appeared to understand when we spoke ...
... an audience of a few thousand people.
Les Vikings was a show telling of the arrival of the Vikings in a French village. Animals were used again, including well trained dogs who were 'attacking' the Vikings as they started to plunder the village. There were stuntmen falling from buildings, being dragged behind horses and being killed in sword fights. A Viking Ship rose up from the river with people on board, standing upright - how did they do ...
... trucks were having a break. Only one toll ticket for 3.5 hours and as we got near Nantes we came off to go to the lovely town of Saint-Philbert-de-Grand-Lieu we had to pay €51.50 for our days work.
The drive North was ever changing because very soon we had left the vineyards behind and soon encountered huge fields of barley many already cut and straw baled and removed more with combine harvester parked up ready to roll.
... s lunch was at a roadside Hotel in a village called Ayron - where we had all you can eat salad bar - steak and chips coffee and Orangina. a little more expensive than we wanted but needs must. We got chatting to a chap from Dublin called Bernard he was touring France in a camper van with his miserable wife. we couldn't get rid of him - he too was a biker - they are a friendly bunch you know - always wave to each other and always willing to ...
... by train to London.
It is a fascinating town, which today hosts an Airbus factory right at the airport, where fuselages are built, then transferred to Toulouse in "the Beluga" for final assembly. The French Navy has a base, and large sections of the river are restricted airspace.