walk Nantes I
Favorite thing: again a city is best seen wallking, get in close to its history, architecture,and local way of life, you do this walking. I do walk a lot and do so in any city I visit or live.
Nantes is wonderful to walk along the canal from the train station to the castle of the dukes of Brittany, enjoy it.
Fondest memory: walk the bassin from train station to castle and back.
- Castles and Palaces
- Arts and Culture
visit the church which was...
Favorite thing: visit the church which was built after the French Revolution.
Fondest memory: During the Vendee War (between the Revolutionary army and the Royalists), Clisson was completly destroyed, excepted the castle and the market hall because is is used to lodge the soldiers.
Walk Nantes II
Favorite thing: once again here and once again the walks were superb. The town is a giver for that with wide avenues and nice smaller streets that are not steep and great sights along the way.
I love to walk these little narrow streets and see the shops restos, sights,and hear the people, see them, talk to them ,ask anything, just get the feel for the place your are visiting. Incredible experience once again.
Walk the city, its great.
- Historical Travel
- Family Travel
see the castle of Olivier de...
Favorite thing: see the castle of Olivier de Clisson which was a key place during the One Hundred Year War (between England and France) especially during the Britanny Succession War (14° Century).
Here I provide you with a map...
Favorite thing: Here I provide you with a map of France. Nantes is at the west coast right under the province of Brittany (Bretagne).
There are at least 3 BMX...
Favorite thing: There are at least 3 BMX Racing Tracks less then 1hour away.
In Vallet 19km home of the 1999 BMX World Championship Race.
Fondest memory: Wonderful place to visit!
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