Hotel Westotel Nantes Atlantique
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... Nantes did not have a dedicated "Old Town". Old and new were blended, although you could see that they did not have any high rise buildings in this section of town.
We found the Passage de Pommeroye and walked up all the steps and still couldn't find the hotel! We asked and were shown that the entrance was just around the corner and we could have walked up a street rather than all those stairs! Even though it ...
... more humid than Maisdon.
It's a very beautiful city with a rich history and when I get back from our trip I will post more about it with photos.
Today in the news , Hollande's ex partner, and former First Lady of the Élysées Palace, as well as a reputable journalist,Valerie Terweiller aka the Rotweiler has written a tell all book about her life with the President. It was published in secret outside of France and only 200, 000 copies ...
... 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 ...
... of the buildings are stunning. Vehicles are gradually being banned from the centre. There is apparently a maze of linked underground car parks and lanes, which keep the cars out of sight! Something Bristol might like to copy. We took a tram just to see where it went, ended up at a pretty little place and had a drink in a bar opposite a church. Much against Jon's ...