A Baby and Nantes’ Landmarks

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We went back to the Château des Ducs de Bretagne with Mark (he was sleeping the first time) and he loved it. Well, I don’t know if he loved it but he did enjoy playing with the chains holding the massive drawbridge.

We also stopped by the former LU cookies factory, with its trademark blue and red tower. It is now a trendy café—the Lieu Unique—and we had a Breizh Cola (the local Coke) and a European-size cup of coffee outside, in the lawn chairs.

All things considered, Mark adapted very well to France and a brand new environment. He loves eating bread and cookies (and he now has two brand new teeth!), loves my parents and grand-parents and seeing the new sights. Yep, I am proud of him… he does very well as a mini-traveler!

You can see the complete set of pictures of France here.

Plane Over the Castle

Plane Over the Castle

The Classic Summer Car

The Classic Summer Car

At the Château

At the Château

Château des Ducs de Bretagne

Château des Ducs de Bretagne

Chain the Baby!

Chain the Baby!

The LU Tower

The LU Tower

The LU Tower

The LU Tower

At the Lieu Unique

At the Lieu Unique

Breizh Cola

Breizh Cola

French Coffee

French Coffee

French Coffee

French Coffee

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14 Comments

  1. I’m not surprised he likes bread – he’s half French! It seems like all French babies want is bread, bread, bread. Come to think of it, I swear that a lot of my husband’s colleagues could just live off of bread.

    • You are the one who mentioned French babies eating bread, and that’s why I tried actually. So credits go to you! 😉

  2. You guys look very happy!!
    I love your photos.

    How interesting that the Usine LU is now a café. At least the city could keep the factory and “recycle” this iconic site. But, it is still a bit sad.

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