Novotel Nantes Centre Gare
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... cost us nothing.
We had a very early start as the train from Bayeux to Rennes went at 7.28am. This is the train we would need to take if we wanted to go to Mont St Michel for the day. Even after looking at the map, Alex couldn't quite believe we were that close to the sea as we did not see one little bit! We managed our changes at Rennes and Redon without incident and arrived at Nantes after 1pm.
It was ...
Already September, kids back to school yesterday except in BC, here it is an achingly beautiful day, bright sunlight and a lovely breeze to dry my hanging laundry. The vintners will be happy to have these last weeks of sunshine before le vend age or grape harvest, we have checked the grapes recently and because of all the rain they have not sweetened enough to be ready Went for a walk this morning, it's become a routine with us but today was special, we ...
The new government has been formed in France and I am sure every French person is captivated by the announcements. Interestingly the Minister of Education is Najat Belkacem, first woman to hold Education and there are 8 woman appointed out of 16 ministers. vive les femmes!!The left has held the majority and it will be business as usual hopefully but I am sure there will be some grumbling ...
... garden fresh salad and a platter of chèvre.
The following morning we piled in the car to go to Tallensac the large covered market in Nantes. We were lucky to go early enough to avoid the weekend traffic, vacationers returning for La Rentree or the start of the school year. The traffic conditions were noted orange for heavy traffic and we saw them all waiting bumper to bumper on our way back.
Tallensac is ...
... narrow back streets with both shops and street vendors plying their trade. The inlet was walled and full of moored yachts with a larger marina outside the walled heads. Sitting at our cafe overlooking the inlet there were numerous flags of many European countries waving in the gentle breeze. Boats cruised along and many people passed by. The complete lack of English made us realise that this is where the French people from the ...