Travel Blogs from Pornic
... in Nantes. His museum was actually pretty cool and had a lot of illustrations from his stories. I didn't know much about him but I'd say he was the guy who inspired "steampunk". Or, as a nerdier reference, it all looked like something out of Bioshock Infinite. We also walked down to the Machines De L'Ile display on Ile de Nantes for their opening day startup. The highlight of this was a TWO STORY TALL MECHANICAL ELEPHANT THAT YOU CAN RIDE!!! It was seriously amazing to ...
I meet a lot of people, and ate lot of interesting food, and got some cool new toys. Can we do this Christmas thing every week?
Last time I was here, I couldn't walk yet. Now I can, yey!!
The Christmas market is so cool. Lots of people offering all kinds of stuff. I got to try roasted Chestnuts, sugar pretzels, and all sort of treats.
The lights are even prettier, but I wasn't allow to put them in my mouth. Bummer.
So, firstly let me say that so far our understanding of the couch concept has been well above the standard we had assumed before starting. Our Nantes host; what a generous guy. His home was like something out of a "House and Leisure", "Visi", "Top Billing" home design magazine first of all and we felt like we were staying in a hotel. He offered us drinks and crisps and told us to help ourselves to anything ...
Saint Michel Chef Chef is a tranquil sea side town. My first Bastille Day (July 14) was spend here.
By the way, somebody should have told me sea water doesn't taste good before I swallowed a mouthful.
Other places to stay in Pornic
Plage de la Source, Pornic | 4 star hotelfrom $197
12 Rue Jean Monnet, Pornic | 3 star hotelfrom $115
44 Rue du General de Gaulle, Pornic | 2 star hotelfrom $79
Rue Noels, Pornic | 3 star hotelfrom $122
Les Gentelleries , Pornic | Hotelfrom $65
13 rue des Sablons, Pornic | Hotelfrom $78