Ibis Nantes Saint Herblain
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... and fountains and one of the main cathedrals had the most impressive amount of lacy decorative plasterwork that I had ever seen! Alex took photos, but I can't put them on the blog until they can be downloaded onto our computer at home!
we were to be disappointed as the Chateau only had a few lights, so we decided they must have a policy of just putting only enough lights around it to make it look more mysterious!
... it is sure to be a best seller and will make her a good deal of money. Apparently she was not too kind to her ex and he is devastated. Along with his political woes and there are many it is not a good time to be President of the Republic! It certainly is true that "hell hath no fury like a woman scorned!!!!! Also I found out today that Brigitte Bardot who is turning 80 soon used to send postcards to her dogs whenever she was away! A bientot
The new government has been formed in France and I am sure every French person is captivated by the announcements. Interestingly the Minister of Education is Najat Belkacem, first woman to hold Education and there are 8 woman appointed out of 16 ministers. vive les femmes!!The left has held the majority and it will be business as usual hopefully but I am sure there will be some grumbling ...
To digest we made a tour of the property, 100 acres in total we surveyed the fields down to the river, where we noticed fresh markings from boars who dig up the grass and earth in search of worms. They have become quite a nuisance in France and cause a lot of damage to farmers fields. Hunts are strictly controlled but take place every year at Les Roussieres and I think there may be one in the near ...
... of the buildings are stunning. Vehicles are gradually being banned from the centre. There is apparently a maze of linked underground car parks and lanes, which keep the cars out of sight! Something Bristol might like to copy. We took a tram just to see where it went, ended up at a pretty little place and had a drink in a bar opposite a church. Much against Jon's ...