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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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Cloudy start, but the forecast was good. After yesterday, dry was OK. But it warmed up and the sun came out. And we wore clothes - not t-shirt and shorts. The French are already in winter clothing - coats, scarves and boots.
The tram system is fabulous. We got off at the stop for the viewing tower and found it, and found that it was shut on Mondays! Never ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... The next service to Nantes would be, if you happened to want to travel on the 25th September or after the 29th September (but not the 10th November) at around 1355 and after that there is a 1444 (Friday only sevice) followed by a 1641 service. It certainly makes you appreciate the regular pattern services that we have in the UK - miss a train in France and then your day is well and truly scuppered!
It is not like the train is ...
Slept very late this morning, whilst lovely in all other respects the place we're staying is quite noisy, so had a restless night until,it quietened down. Headed off along the green line to the Jardins des Plants. Lovely place first thing we saw was a giant floral caterpillar with moving eyes. Quite a lot of plants shapes to portray birds and animals. A ...