Premiere Classe Nantes Sud-Reze Aeroport
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... day and we had limited bags, so decided to walk to the hotel and see the sights before we checked in. It is very hard to miss the Chateau of the Ducs du Bretagne and we circled this. It is beautiful, with the moat and drawbridge still in place. But a Chateau in the middle of the town was quite fantastic!
There were lots of windy, cobblestone streets with alfresco eating places everywhere! What did surprise me ...
... he does not have a license and he does not need one, his car is not allowed on the main highways, but he can go on the secondary routes and can only go up to 60 km an hour.
With the help of his son in law they manage to cut trees from the property that will last him and us through the whole winter. Along with the wood, Daniel our neigh our and tenant stores hay that he has grown and harvested for winter feed for the cows, only the females are ...
... warned it is very dangerous and there have been reports of hunters being killed by a stray bullet. My husband is going to take part on Friday but he must remain with a hunter at all times and not speak during the pursuit of the boars. They are not allowed to kill a boar mother but everything else is fair game. Will report on Friday whether or not there will be a boar on the menu this ...
... 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 ...
Today we decided to go to Pornic on the Coast but still in the Loir Valley. The decision was made simply by looking at a map and thinking that sounds different. After an hour drive and a nasty traffic "snarl" in Nantes, we arrived in this beautiful city. We likened it to Lorne with its atmosphere but it is still a medieval town with a large semi gothic church and castle fortress within the town centre. A market was held ...