Bordeaux Cosy B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free parking
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... missed walking up the towers but Liyana came over and we had wine and she cooked us some confit duck out of a can! It was amazing we fired up some potatoes in duck fat as well it was the best meal ever! We stayed up late talking and catching up, it was great to see her again I'm so glad that we were able to make it down to Bordeaux and see her I just wish we could have stayed ...
In the morning we get up early to go on a tour of some of the châteaus I'm very excited I get to see two of the four châteaus I really wanted to see the third being Chambord which we saw the other day. We head to Amboise which we missed out on with our trip with Oliver so I'm ecstatic to be able to go inside, unfortunately it's too early in the day and the ...
... Dom and I walked on it for a few blocks before deciding to find somewhere quieter to walk. We had a nice quiet time here, we enjoyed coffee on a park bench and took lots of walks (half of them were in hopes of finding me a WC somewhere).
We had a very short time here, but we managed to visit all the major cathedrals all over the city. We made sure to wander the city streets and walk along ...
... have travel insurance, they claim on that to get a new one. Very practical of him, it was the last thing I would have thought of at that time. After the bus ride around town, we had lunch then walked around some of the streets which just happened to have shops like Galeries LaFayette, H & M, Desigual, Pret-A-Porter, Mango and more. Crazy we know but we had Japanese for dinner. Today (currently 2.06am), we walk around old. Bordeaux. Xoxo A & ...
... and would have to be as impressive as the Trevi Fountain in Rome.
We strolled the markets lining the river and then enjoyed treats from the French patisserie before embarking on our city bus tour. It was 32 degrees and the supplied hats (that weren't so inviting) had to be worn, we were melting. Later that evening we enjoyed a meal outside whilst being looked after by a cute waiter with ...