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Prior to going to Nantes I had asked the Quentels if we could have some langoustines - my favourite of all shellfish. Something they gave me years ago and I've been fond of ever since.
Quick shell fish lesson:
A langoustine is not a crayfish, which is fresh water, but rather...Nephrops norvegicus, known variously as the Norway lobster, Dublin Bay ...
... br> The satnav said 5 miles to the hotel in the town centre. The road was perfectly straight and there was traffic as far as the eye could see moving at snail's pace. No choice but to tough it out.
It was evident early doors that there were a lot of roundabouts. I had nothing better to do so I thought I would count them as far as the hotel.
It took us 45 minutes to do 5 miles and there were 35 ******* roundabouts!!
The street market was in full swing and dedicated fish market a sight to see. Meg was tempted at every turn but we couldn't buy anything. This was probably the best market we gave seen with autumn richness and cold sea catches; crabs, prawns, lobsters and shells all alive. To get some ...
We started the day with poached eggs at our B&B and acquainting ourselves with Mary and Doug, the other guests. We then walked the old town of Vannes and through the cathedral which houses the remains of sainted father René Rogues who was beheaded for refusing the oaths of the revolutionaries in 1796. Les Halles and the medieval streets down to the port area are well maintained and make for good lifestyle in a seaside town. ...
We have three nights in a good B&B to explore the area. The old walled town has everything one needs, shops, shops, shops. We walked the ramparts and discovered that St Émilion was born here. Evening drinks and a cheap meal and early to bed. Lots to see ...