Novotel Nantes Centre Gare
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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 set of on a cold overcast morning headed for Cholet. Late morning we went into the outskirts of Nantes for a coffee. We had stayed in the city two years ago and chose not to go into the centre of the city. After lunch we arrived in Cholet after driving through vinyards and cereal farmers making hay. We then went into the city centre. It seemed very ...
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. ...
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 ...