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Travel Blogs from Gardegan-et-Tourtirac
... then in true tourist fashion pop onto the tourist train for a meander around the vineyards and a potted history of the town. Lunch calls and we find a charming restaurant next to the old washing place in the town.
After a good lunch we set off for a tour of the Eglise momlith , catacombs and the heritage of old St. E himself. It was fascinating, but sadly no photographs were allowed. We the climb the Kings Tower for a panoramic view of ...
... in Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Ireland, etc. It is so cool. With that being said, I went to Bordeaux, France this past weekend with 3 other kids from the US. I love being with the Euro kids, but sometimes their lackadaisical ways are a bit too much for me (especially when trying to move from point a to point b). So myself, Matt (University of Dayton), Rainey (Santa Clara) and Kristin (University of Richmond) planned a 2 day weekend trip to Bordeaux as a sort of trial trip. ...
We have now completed our wonderful week on the Canal Du Midi.
Since my last post we have now become experts at maneuvering those lochs and we each had our jobs and worked as a team really well.
After the first night when we had some rain and discovered the hatches leaked a bit, our excellent run of perfect weather then continued for a magic week on the ...
... while we lunched - it did! So we had an hour to look around this very old village, mostly containing the church - where there was a wedding about to happen, and either wine or souvenir shops. Lovely linen here in some of the shops.
... 8217;s named after a monk called Émilion who set up a hermitage here in the 8th century. Other monks followed and started commercial wine production in the area, although this has been a wine producing region since Roman times.
It started raining on the way, and was still raining when we arrived so we deferred the exploratory walk around the village and ducked into a restaurant called Le Bistrot des Vignobles for lunch. This has a little covered terrace out the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed