Hotel La Perouse
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Travel Blogs from Nantes
Another far more relaxing day to carry on recovering from the beginning of the Tour. Our hosts had very kindly given us the run of the kitchen this morning so we had another great breakfast then headed off towards Nantes. We were slightly apprehensive about cycling to a big city but the roads weren't too busy and we made good progress. The one problem we did come across though was a very distinct lack of food between 2 and 3 pm. The ...
After the disappointment of La Rochelle we headed off to a beautiful hotel with 2 Michelin star restaurant, Anne de Bretagne at Port de la Gravette.
This was a truly tranquil and relaxing hotel with very contemporary design and unlike the Hotel de Paris at Saint Tropez, this design had function and cohesion. We arrived at lunch time and we had ...
... to our friends and wonderful hosts at Nantes airport, after a whirlwind “French” 3 days, and we were on our flight to Paris, with lovely views of countryside all the way and of course my nose stuck to the window…then a VERY long walk to find our terminal for the Air France flight to New York on Airbus A380- Oh MY!!! A massive beast waiting for us to board……….. 516 passengers on this 2 storied giant flyer- the largest ...
... 8230;.kilometers), and subsequently, many tolls. I checked my e-mail to find a reply from the rental place, and they said that we could take it to the McRent location in Bordeaux. I checked the map, and we would be passing by Bordeaux in about 30 minutes, around 11 am – great!!!! Except…..that little bit there…..Ah. They don’t open until 2 pm. Well, ****. Do we hang around for 3 hours, by which time we could be in Mont St. Michel (where we were expecting things ...
... used for art installations and a tourist office, but little information can be found locally about the dry dock or the pens. However, a walk way onto the roof has now been added giving spectacular views out to sea. These pens were built between 1941 and 1942 by the Organisation Todt.
The Joubert dry dock was the only dock on the Atlantic coast capable of servicing ships such as the Bismarke, which caused so many casualties to ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed