Ibis Nantes La Beaujoire
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... small groups of disabled people dining in restaurants.
We returned to our room to write yesterday's blog, before heading off once again to Puy Du Fou. Jane decided to take a jacket as we weren't sure of the weather forecast for today. Last night, an employee of the hotel saw us heading off for the night water spectacle and he kindly suggested we take jackets as it can be cool by the lake at night. The weather forecast with expected ...
... just like one sees at the Spring Racing Carnival in Melbourne.
There are 4 hotels on site but no room was available despite booking last year so we are staying about 10 minutes away.
It is a very large park telling the history of France from Roman times until current day. There are different areas from different eras with little villages set up and often a special show at different times during the day and evening.
Our first show ...
... 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.
... 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)
... out too, it does not have the 'city centre' feel of Rennes or the much smaller Vannes so navigating the streets does not come intuitively, instead it seems like you are walking from square to square and area to area rather than enjoying one city centre. There are some really grand buildings, but very few Breton style wooden buildings to see in the city (or at least we did not see many). One area that does stand out is the ...