Hotel La Perouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... face. The next morning we were up early so we could take the bike trail into the city to see all the city sites. There is a trail you follow and it is a green line that takes you all over the place and we laughed at how the guy who painted it must have had some fun. It goes through rubbish bins and up onto rocks and up stairs, (tricky with our bikes). On the tour there is the cathedral, of course but also ...
... sat right at the top in the look out platform. It started moving and we got a great view from the top. Whilst she was upset earlier at the thought of it spraying her with water, she then laughed as she saw it spraying other people from her high vantage point! We then left the elephant behind and headed into the centre of Nantes. After eating we looked around the shops, managing to find a Fnac store, the French HMV, for John to look for DVDs of French films from ...
We were using my trusted "all the Aires France" to locate this parking spot as it is just outside Nantes and I was trying to divide drive to Mediterranean into 3 chunks.However when we arrived a French motorhomer told us there was a nicer spot on the bank of the river nearby, he offered to drive ahead a show us to the spot. ...
... lush shrubbery. One I particularly liked was a small ornamental garden with knot gardens and topiary.
Even the carparks are amazing.
The one in Niort, about 30 minutes from here, was typical. Also typical in Niort was that nothing was open.
We made a point of going on a Friday as that's the day we KNOW everything will be open - all at once.
We've found through personal experience that we get to a town and either ...
... Jardin des Plantes, very close to the railway station, with some huge examples of topiary and slightly bizarre artwork. What was noticeable about the garden, considering the proximity to the station, were the lack of down and outs using park benches as a bed as may have been expected - the one we saw seemed happy sat outside the station café drinking an espresso. Maybe they just have a better class of homelessness in Nantes?