Premiere Classe Nantes Est - St-Sebastien-sur-Loire
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had dinner potential. Our second choice hit the required mark of nice campground, reasonable price and medium sized village with restaurants open within 300 metres of said campgrouund. So we checked in to Les Ecureuils which is a four star campground and describes itself as a “Hotel de Plein Air.” The facilities are top notch, spotless and they gave me one day of internet free! I love it!
We chose Le Foch for dinner, one of the restaurants recommended by ...
Day 4. Only done 280 miles. Lol. At this rate we'll only reach Bordeaux by the end of our hols. Best get our foot down. Trouble is.. We're so laid back and every where is so nice. 14.40 hrs arrived at our hotel in the city of Nantes. What a rush everything feels after being in the countryside. Parked car, Dropped bags off....lets go explore. Not our favourite city. Best ...
We successfully breakfasted, dressed and loaded 5 children into two cars by 9.15am today which was an all time record- not to mention, we also packed shoes, vomit bags and hats, ready for our adventure at the island of Nantes, an awesome artists workshop that produces 'Tim Burtonesque' creatures, some of which are interactive and even ridable! Reading up on tourist advice, that the line for tickets takes an hour and the giant elephant is so popular, you'll have to wait four hours for a ...
... bummed that Rory pulled out of the British Open as he would have been fun to watch and cheer for with all the Irish citizens that I'm sure attend the event. Imperial is planning on organizing a little soccer match in Hyde park this week between ND, Georgia Tech, and Cornell so hoping that plan comes to fruition as I haven't touched a ball in a while now. That's all I can think of for now as I gaze out over many small, French towns on the way back to Gatwick. Love you. ...
... it difficult to work out what was old and what was new as well as what was real and what was not. Within the Château a number of rooms were created to be interactive with real and non-real people used again. The most spectacular room was a very long narrow room lined by suits of armour which were automated and appeared to be 'alive'. One little boy, about 3-4 years old, was so scared that he was in tears while his grandmother tried to explain to him that ...