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- Business Services
- Pets allowed
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... Nantes did not have a dedicated "Old Town". Old and new were blended, although you could see that they did not have any high rise buildings in this section of town.
We found the Passage de Pommeroye and walked up all the steps and still couldn't find the hotel! We asked and were shown that the entrance was just around the corner and we could have walked up a street rather than all those stairs! Even though it ...
... salad and ratatouille. The strawberries have come back to life with bursts if warmth and sun and they are perfumy, sweet and delicious. We even dried some of the pears in our dehydrator that we purchased last year, it turns pears, apples and apricots into tasty dried morsels like candy!!!!
Paul has his bread delivered every morning from the local bakery in Maisdon but for other purchases and to make visits to family and friends he relies on his ...
... 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 ...
... than Texas. Big is in at the moment. About our mill house in Beaupreau. We are 1km from the town on a beautiful little river in what was once mill number 9. Jean-Yves and Nicole have spent many years restoring and maintaining the premises. We were luck enough to be invited into their house and down to their cellar/bar to see the internal machinery of the old mill. The guest house itself is very modern inside and very ...