Hotel La Perouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- 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 ...
... up to 4 people. Hey Boris! How about making London travel so cheap and simple? Got to our pitch and put up the satellite - it whizzed round for ages. Obviously the trees were preventing it getting a signal. Moved 4 pitches down - perfect. Went back to reception and changed the details - receptionist not quite so pleasant. C'est la vie. A nice campsite. And so easy to get to ...
... centuries when Nantes was the capital of the Dukes of Brittany. Given the souvenir shops selling all sorts of Breton goods it still seems to hold true that at least in spirit the city has links to the north west region of France that it once controlled.
The city is a big place, with around 280,000 people in the central area but around half a million living in the region and surrounding towns and villages. It is a ...
... esteem as a good example of railway operations, are really the gloss on a rather dull offereing elsewhere in what is not really rural France but a conurbation of fairly large towns or cities that would, in the case of the UK be linked by at least an hourly service.
Just think about it the next time you want to catch a train from Lincoln to Leicester via Nottingham, or Birmingham to Sheffield via Derby - UK rail is actually not that bad!
First morning we've woken to clouds. Rain is forecast so david packs his poncho and I the umbrella. Head off to visit the chateau, have walked round it a couple of times but plan to see as much as we can nd go back if needed. We wander round the courtyard, then along the walls. Can't quite walk all the way round and most of the walls are from the 15th Century having been completed by the Duchess Anne - she was married to two kings of France, but ...