Ibis Nantes Centre Gare Sud
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... little early, our room was ready so we checked in, dropped our bags and changed to cooler clothing as it was quite warm, then went off to explore further.
As I said, there were all these little quirky bits mixed in with quite new shops. You went around one corner and thought you were out of the Old Town section, then went a little further and were back in the cobblestones! Los of beautiful Cathedrals and very ...
... their milk supplies, the males after they have been fattened awhile are killed for their meat.
We are going to Bordeaux tomorrow to visit Dominique's elderly aunt and uncle, Pierre is 93 and Paulette is 88, they still live in their own home in a small community called Camblane just outside the city, it will take us about 4 hours to get there and it promises to be a hot day for driving, 30 degrees, Bordeaux is south of us and generally much ...
... some protests against the changes. The aftermath will be fascinating to follow. right now there is nothing else on television but critics and discussion over the crisis of confidence.
As for Les Roussieres, there is going to be a boar hunt on the property on Friday morning. there will be 22 hunters and 12 dogs taking part. I will be safely ensconced within the walls of the house as I ...
... wonder, and we were on the hunt for scampi or fresh langoustines. There were a number of fishmongers to choose from with fish piled high and glistening, spiky crabs, and slippery black eels on display. we found our scampi, bought some nectarines and crusty golden baguette and proceeded home after a leisurely coffee. Time for an aperitif, kirs were poured cobination of white wine and cassis and we snacked on ...
... narrow back streets with both shops and street vendors plying their trade. The inlet was walled and full of moored yachts with a larger marina outside the walled heads. Sitting at our cafe overlooking the inlet there were numerous flags of many European countries waving in the gentle breeze. Boats cruised along and many people passed by. The complete lack of English made us realise that this is where the French people from the ...