Hotel La Perouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... the Erdre; discovered that it had been diverted under the city so there are many largish boats which will never get to sea again.
It was a little strange to be in a city on a hill, we've been in the lowlands too long. There is still plenty of flat area though, that is where the old docklands and shipbuilding took place. The ship factories have been turned into parks and in one case a place called Iles ...
... or in our terms maintained by the County Council.
Needless to say, even the boneheads at Garmin can't differentiate the standard of one D road to another, neither can I. It could be brilliant or a complete patchwork quilt, it's a lottery.
The day was dull and overcast but dry.
Me and Will set off, bright and early, about 12.30pm, grabbed an N road out of Nantes and then hit the D roads.
Absolutely brilliant but we had some mileage to do.....
Yet another sunny day in France. Last night it was so very black not sure I have ever seen such intense darkness. Suz took her panic alarm to bed with her she spooked me a bit so took mine too but I slept well. We are in the car park of what looks to be a witton park sort of place cyclists dog walkers etc. Both still in pjs drinking coffee we plan to go to the coast today about 10 miles ...
... to brake really hard but there was pebbles and dust on the road. The front wheel slipped and I ended up in a little bank along the side of the road. Luckily there was no damage. But it was an impossible task to get the AT back on the road again in my own. I tried several times but realised soon enough that it was useless. I had no other option than to wait for the first ...
... It was nice, with the best authentic tabouli and hummus I have had since Australia in the 80's when I lived there. On our platter was also some delicious spicey potatoes and Vern and I were mighty hungry by this stage and ate every last scrap up. I had an Italian beer with mine, which was very good - and refreshing. When we left the cafe we walked around the corner and there were literally hundreds of restaurants (and thousands of diners) and about 6 blocks ...