Appart'City Bordeaux Merignac

Address: 25 avenue Neil Armstrong, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33700, France | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 25 avenue Neil Armstrong, Bordeaux, is near Pont de Pierre, Musee des Chartrons, Decathlon, and Badie.
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      Travel Blogs from Bordeaux

      Ending 2014

      A travel blog entry by kateelizabeth on Jan 04, 2015

      8 photos

      ... 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 ...

      A Winter Christmas

      A travel blog entry by kateelizabeth on Dec 29, 2014

      7 photos

      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 ...

      Brief Update: Amsterdam is amazing

      A travel blog entry by hannasoucie on Dec 22, 2014

      1 comment, 10 photos

      ... hair and was quite tall and older, so I assume he was some sort of famous guy. Couldn't catch the name. The canals were lit up and looking lovely when we were walking back. And we stopped at our now favorite bakery to and from the bar where I got a delicious tosti and Aiden got a something. It had meat and carbs and that's all I can recollect. Day 2 we woke up and headed on over to what used to be the weighing station which was a bit unimpressive and ...

      Bordeaux

      A travel blog entry by debandalan on Sep 05, 2014

      6 photos

      ... 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 ...

      A Walk through History

      A travel blog entry by njbeaglemom on Sep 03, 2014

      1 comment, 83 photos

      ... Around 750, he arrived in the area that would later bear his name and found a cave near a spring. He excavated it and lived there until his death in 767. The story is lost, but shortly thereafter, a village was built, pilgrims began arriving and a lot of convents and monasteries were built. The monks excavated a church out of the rock near the cave (making it a monolithic church) leaving it almost totally underground and used the rocks to build a monastery. We had to go down ...