Again, The River…

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It’s been hot and stormy in Nantes, and staying indoors is not an option. There are seven of us (plus a cat) in a two-bedroom apartment and of course, like most French, we don’t have air-con (unless opening the windows counts as air-con).

So we walk by the Loire River, either toward the former shipyards, across the Isle of Nantes, either toward Beaulieu and the suburbs. The streets and the paths are empty, there is very little traffic and it’s breezy. Kind of.

And the skyline is pretty cool.

You can see the com­plete set of pic­tures taken in France on Flickr.

Thirsty!

Thirsty!

Mark in Beaulieu

Mark in Beaulieu

Quai du Marquis d'Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d’Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d'Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d’Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d'Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d’Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d'Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d’Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d'Aiguillon

Quai du Marquis d’Aiguillon

Isle of Nantes

Isle of Nantes

Graffiti Along the River

Graffiti Along the River

Just Don't

Just Don’t

Breton Flag Found Along the River

Breton Flag Found Along the River

Former Industrial District

Former Industrial District

Former Shipyards

Former Shipyards

Isle of Nantes

Isle of Nantes

Tabarly Bridge

Tabarly Bridge

Tabarly Bridge and Beaulieu

Tabarly Bridge and Beaulieu

TGV Across the River

TGV Across the River

Bridge Across the River

Bridge Across the River

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4 Comments

  1. Martin Penwald on

    I think it is not a TGV on the river, but rather a TER, no ?
    And about air con, consider our president, he always has l’air con.

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