Bordeaux Cosy B&B
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- Free parking
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... filled with drunks and a weird selection of homeless and the like. We didn’t venture much further into town and caught a bus back to the train station and walked back to Typhaine’s from there. It was only a few kms, but not the most pleasant walk really so would stick to the tram after that.
The next day we had hoped to find a free walking tour but the only ones we could find were all paid, so we found an itinerary online that covered off all of the ...
... can do full day tours of wine tasting and things like that but most people seemed to recommend doing your own thing. It’s a really beautiful area - lots of vineyards everywhere with quaint houses in the middle. Some are big vineyards and some are small ones just in people’s backyards as such! Sort of like the Barossa Valley perhaps.
We were heading towards the town St Emilien but on the way we stopped off at a local place and went in to have ...
... enough to invite me out to stay with her in Bordeaux, and I simply couldn't refuse the invitation. Flying with Easyjet is usually as simple as the name suggests, although watch out for hidden fees. If you are traveling with carry-on, as I was, it's no problem but checking a bag can be almost as expensive as your original ticket. The 1hr15 flight was fairly pleasant. At the beginning of the flight a couple with an infant sat next to me and I was braced for the ...
Opted for a quiet day, explored this sweet village, bought the breakfast baton, went for a lovely walk for a couple of hours, read, listened to Music on my iPod, sketched, watched a woodpecker getting his dinner and generally chilled. No driving, that was nice. Will go and explore the small villages nearby tomorrow, also time to go shopping, the fresh food is finished and the fridge is ...
I watched a man working in the vineyard whilst having breakfast. Now just imagine, you have a couple of hectares of vines, each vine planted about half meter apart, then you need to go to each vine and trim the growth that is superfluous. It looked like back breaking work as at the end of each row he stood up after being bent double for hours, needing to stretch. How is he going to find where ...