Hotel du Faisan
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WOW! Cannot believe 2014 has come to an end! Many great things happened last year. My best friend got married, friends got engaged, announced pregnancies, I travelled to Rarotonga and Singapore... and then made the big move to France! Leading up to the end of 2014, Jayden had a couple of days off rugby, which allowed for us to go on a couple of day trips. First day trip was to Saint Emilion, a small historical vineyard town about 45 minutes inland from Bordeaux. One ...
... and restaurants lined the boardwalk. We explored the boardwalk and main town for a bit and then sat down for lunch at a Beef restaurant. Arcachon would be an amazing place in the summer, and apparently the average temperature here in Summer ranges around the 30's! Looking forward to the summer after seeing everyone's beach and lake photos back in NZ! After Arcachon, it was time to head back to the city, as we had to make our way ...
... to the iconic Iamsterdam sign to take pictures and went to the Rijks and Van Gogh museum. Didn't really go inside them but I wandered around the public parts of the Rijks and made it into the gift shop. Currently eating dinner before we head onto the night train to Munich! Also now have a grand total of three dutch words in my vocabulary bank. None of us speak the language and somehow we survived. Amsterdam definitely lived up to what I had imagined. Just ...
... as we wanted had to back at the hotel for dinner.
The bus was leaving early for Pamplona we are booked for the walking with the bulls tour that's right not running with the bulls, all in all Bordeaux is a beautiful town, great food and some very attractive women who are all so elegantly dressed would of loved to stay another night but not possible on this trip so will just have to come back. No wonder Georgia you loved it so ...
... 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 ...