La Baule-Escoublac Things to Do

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    Casino

    by chess_machine Written Oct 6, 2005

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    Although few are the chances for you to meet Sharon Stone or Robert de Niro in the casino de La Baule, it still is a nice place to gamble. Seriously, even if La Baule is a fashion spot, the casino is nothing to be compared with Deauville's or Monte Carlo's one. Still, you will have fun gambling on the one-armed bandits or at blackjack.

    Note that it is perfectly located, in between two of the most famous 4 star hotels, l'Hermitage and le Royal.

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    Enjoy the beach

    by chess_machine Written Oct 6, 2005

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    Come on you are in La Baule, 9 kilometers beach. Main attraction is the beach, huge, ridiculously packed in summer, extremely beautiful. On the beach, you can: tan, tan again, enjoy the 20 degrees water in summer, watch beautiful women in bikini or topless (same goes for men, except they dont wear bikinis), play beach volley, play beach tennis (but this activity is nearly impossible in summer because of the people), go to the beach restaurants, rent a windsurf, and the list goes on.

    The beach is the social place.

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    Tumulus

    by Christian.Lafont Updated Nov 4, 2003

    This is a view of the two entrances to the tumulus at Dissignac. The tumulus covers two dolmens, each of which has a corridor measuring 11 meters in length leading into a central chamber. The dolmens were constructed around 4,500 b.c.e. The orientation of the corridors is calculated to observe the rising sun during the winter solstice. The facade has slabs or kerbstones, and the entire tumulus is built up from drystone that gives it a tiered effect. Abundant pottery finds indicate that the site was in continuous use between 4,500 b.c.e and 2,500 b.c.e.

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