Appart'City Bordeaux Centre
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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 ...
... by a woman and mainly girls lived in it over the years, one of them extended the castle to build a ballroom and gallery over the bride connected to the back and also one of the gardens. This is by far my favourite château I would have loved to have lived in it or at least attended a ball there. In the afternoon we head to Bordeaux, we get in around 6.30 ...
Our next stop was Bordeaux, where we stayed in a very ghetto hotel, with a nautical themed bedroom. It was a sharp contrast from the luxury in Spain, but we couldn't complain! Our first impressions of Bordeaux were that it was a giant dump, but it turns out that we were just staying in the really bad part of town. After we emerged from this area, we found an amazing city! There are huge squares with ...
... 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 ...
... red wine, mostly merlot blended with a small amount of cabernet franc. The whole town is UNESCO heritage listed, wine growing first started here 2,000 years ago. The steep narrow cobbled streets and pretty little squares are very crowded. And we visit a final "underground church" - Grotte de L'Emitge - this one officially a monolith (i.e. hewn from one piece of stone) complete with catacombs. This is where St Emilion spent his last 17 years. The ...