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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Surcouf Nantes
Travel Blogs from Nantes
... the end of this show which Jane thought were the finale but no, the story continued ending at 12:20pm - close to 2 hours of non-stop action and brilliance. We heard that there were 2,000 in the cast but over 3,000 involved in the total production. Cast members were all ages from tiny tots (2-3 years old) right through to very much older people (older that us!) and included many live animals. Special effects, lighting, fireworks and excellent music, ...
... to older retired people. Although no one in Australia seems to know of Puy du Fou, everybody in France knows about it and speaks about it in glowing terms. It attracts 1.5 million visitors each year. The park is amazingly clean, despite the thousands who visit each day. There are plenty of toilets located frequently, hence women do not have to wait!!! Interestingly, as we found previously in France, men's urinals are relatively open to see into - ...
... to go onto a campsite at riverside as €14.00 for night and 3 hours free WiFi seemed a bargain.
There was no other show in town so we were all parked up in the lovely site by 20:00. There were not too many on site and it was refreshing not to be surrounded by too many more tourists.
Dinner cooked up and a stroll around the site in fading light.
A Father Matthew night followed and after the drive, perhaps no bad idea either,
... English father but was born in Nantes.
We then walked to find a restaurant and how could we turn down a place called "hippopotamus" where we were seated outside and next to the tram track - there is no barriers or lines or anything to show you where they start and the trams literally get very close by whilst eating.
Back to the hotel and settle for the night - a short day riding tomorrow!
Mileage today 197 (Total mileage to date 987)
Our original plan was to head to Saint Malo but upon rising I discovered that we had no lights or water. The van charging unit was kaput as one lady said. Once more the French rose to the occasion. The lady in the hotel who also ran the camp ground and was heavily pregnant, while booking people out and booking people in, she phoned garages and got us started. She was rather lovely. We drove to one garage down ...