Appart'City Bordeaux Centre
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... here was the parking, which was €1.00 for 4 hours. Dune du Pyla is the tallest sand dune in Europe, and overlooks both hinterland and the sea. We just sat at the top of the dune for a while and took it all in. Again, another place to bring the parents, maybe with a picnic and some nice Bordeaux wine! New Years night consisted of a quiet night in, as Jayden had to travel for an away game a couple of days later. Unfortunately, the UBB went down to Racing Metro ...
Being our first Christmas away from home, it was a bit strange. On Christmas Eve, we were invited around to one of the players houses for a feast and a few drinks. Not getting home until 5am on Christmas morning, most of the morning was spent trying to catch up on sleep. Once we finally got up, on Christmas Eve we were invited by a man who owns an English Pub called the Dog and Duck, to go along and join them in a Christmas ...
Here are a bunch of pictures covering our two night, three day stay in the beautiful city of Amsterdam! I was super aware and booked our hostel next to the red light district which was always a party, but our hostel was clean and open and right next to the train station so that was useful. The first day we went to Edam, aka cheesetown, and Marken, a quaint town on a remote part of the country. In Edam, we stayed at this adorable cafe for over two hours and ...
... had apparently planted all those years ago, the lower branches were held up by supports.About 6 of us went for a walk to the city centre we were told of a square with vey old buildings all round it this was a great place for some food. Walked past a gentleman speaking fluent French when all of a sudden he switched straight to English with the cockney accent and we just had to stop and eat there. This guy really took to the ...
... from the fires covered the paintings in soot.
The Hermitage was a small area with niches carved into the wall. A rock chair was carved out of the rock. Barren women would sit on the rock and say prayers. Next we entered the catacombs. Dating from the 11thC, the tombs were carved out of the rock and even included tombs for children. A cupola was put in the roof to link the resurrection of the dead with light or eternal life. It was also a reference to ...