Ibis Budget Nantes Sainte Luce
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... we would go and look at the mechanicals on the other side of the river. Hopped on the tram, walked over the bridge and found guess what - closed on Mondays! But we had a fabulous sightseeing day - the Chateau, the cathedral, the fountains and the pavement cafés. Home on the tram for a peaceful evening, ready for visiting Sue and Tony Berridge tomorrow.
... Diversions, floods, runners - what else could we endure. Oh yes! Snooper froze her screen at a vital moment meaning I took the wrong turning. But we got to the campsite, having decided that after all of this, we would stay 2 nights, so that we could really see Nantes. Lovely receptionist gave us all the details including the €7.40 ticket for 24 hours of travel in the ...
... Jardin des Plantes, very close to the railway station, with some huge examples of topiary and slightly bizarre artwork. What was noticeable about the garden, considering the proximity to the station, were the lack of down and outs using park benches as a bed as may have been expected - the one we saw seemed happy sat outside the station café drinking an espresso. Maybe they just have a better class of homelessness in Nantes?
For the first time since owning the house in France we have decided to catch the train from our local station at Questembert. The station is about 12km from Malestroit and is on the main line between Vannes (population 50,000), Redon (population 10,000) and Nantes (population 280,000) a journey of, if you catch a fast train, about one hour and twenty minutes from Vannes to Nantes. It is fair to say that SNCF have a fairly erratic timetable, ...
... we are in town and it was our neighbor Catherine who summers across the river in her chateau. She invited us for an early dinner and we walked to her place hoping the exercise would wake us up from our sluggish stupor. Catherine her sister Mimi a nun from Paris and 2 friends welcomed us, chatting away in French. Dinner was ready, we sat, waiting for her husband Quentin to arrive. ne is a fascinating man works for Radio France in Belgium, born in ...