04 June, 2011

Angers inhabitants take summer habits during a sunny weekend

May be June 3rd will not be the warmest day of the year, but it will be surely, for most of Angers inhabitants, one of the most pleasant, in the middle of four non working days of the Ascencion celebration. In fact, the weather was very hot : 26 and even 27 degrees in the afternoon with a light wind caressing pedestrians eager to get sun as if they were solar panels.

The Maine lake beaches attracted many people, mostly families and youngs who came here all day long to rest and to swim. Others prefered to sleep on the Maine banks lawns largely withered by the sun. Some couples choose to have a nap under the shadow of the oak trees of the University gardens near Saint-Serge square while all of their surface exposed to the sunlight was unattended.

The Ralliement square was crowdy because many stores were open. For the cafes which installed open air terraces near the new fountains, the conditions for starting their new business were propitious and the babbling of the water was really a nice music pedestrians were happy to hear.

These days are amazing. At the same time, Angers tourists in Spain complain on a rainy and dreary weather...

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