Hotel Westotel Nantes Atlantique
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... of the villagers. A market was in progress, fish, meat and plenty of veges. Strangely there were two permanent butcher shops within 25 m of the market which also had a butcher. The vegetable stalls had some strange looking veges for sale. We noticed in these small towns shops specialising in goods such as cellphones, jewellery and toy shops for very small populations. Perhaps they are subsidised?
Now we ...
... or in our terms maintained by the County Council.
Needless to say, even the boneheads at Garmin can't differentiate the standard of one D road to another, neither can I. It could be brilliant or a complete patchwork quilt, it's a lottery.
The day was dull and overcast but dry.
Me and Will set off, bright and early, about 12.30pm, grabbed an N road out of Nantes and then hit the D roads.
Absolutely brilliant but we had some mileage to do.....
Yet another sunny day in France. Last night it was so very black not sure I have ever seen such intense darkness. Suz took her panic alarm to bed with her she spooked me a bit so took mine too but I slept well. We are in the car park of what looks to be a witton park sort of place cyclists dog walkers etc. Both still in pjs drinking coffee we plan to go to the coast today about 10 miles ...
... problem in the electrical circuit, I figured that I could ride on the map as well. This is not without danger though. As I was riding in these tiny, winding roads along the Brittanie coastline, I often needed to check the map on top of my tank to head in the right direction. All of a sudden I was in this really nasty turn which I realised too late to take it properly. ...
... what's going on now with Islamic State in the Middle East.
The bookshop in Nantes got it: 'The discourse of miseries in our time'.
And if that wasn't enough, there was the Revolution-- the guillotine and in Nantes, when that was too slow -- mass drownings in the Loire.
Then there was the daily misery of workers in the factories of the 19th century, with no rights to time off apart from church ...