Chateau l'Escarderie

Address: 33240 Saint Germain La Rivière, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, France | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located in the Saint Seurin - Fondaudège area of Bordeaux, is near Pont de Pierre, Vineyard Tour and Tasting by Coach - Office de Tourisme, Caesar's (Le), and Antipodes.
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Travel Blogs from Bordeaux

City culture in Bordeaux

A travel blog entry by mandyandpaul on Nov 09, 2014

6 comments, 7 photos

Ok, enough of aires we’re off to stay in a real campsite on the outskirts of Bordeaux for a few days. The rain has been pretty horrendous so we are hoping to see the sunshine a little further south…..Arrived at the site about 1pm and we were pleasantly surprised how nice it was for a city site and only 14 per night! On Monday we caught the tram into the city centre, this was also a bargain, an all ...

Arcachon and dune du plait

A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Oct 21, 2014

We got up early so we could make the 9am train to Arcachon, we still almost missed it though. Arcachon is a cute little beach town, it must be the place to be in the summer I am glad we went while it was quiet so it wasn't crowded but I would have liked to see it in peak season. We walked along the beach and had a look through some shops before jumping on the bus to Dune du ...

Castles and catch ups

A travel blog entry by lcmckay on Oct 19, 2014

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 ...

Bordeaux

A travel blog entry by debandalan on Sep 05, 2014

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... about rugby and told then how the all blacks are shocking, having some NZ's with us it was a bit of a slanging match between them. He left the Aussies out of it thank god for that. We ordered what we thought was a simple toasted sandwich you would think by now we would have realised that nothing in France is simple, the "sandwich", was delicious but more like a bread pie, bit hard to explain.
We arrived in ...

Miles and miles of Merlot

A travel blog entry by helwit on Aug 18, 2014

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... the bells were so heavy that it was felt they might cause structural issues to the cathedral when they vibrated on ringing. The 250 narrow spiral steps to the top of the tower, called Pey-Berland, presented a panoramic view of the city, despite the rain shower, the latter persisted on and on for all our time in Bordeaux. Later in the afternoon we did a one hour bus tour of the city which meant we saw all the main sights in relaxed comfort. We enjoyed ...