Balladins Hotel Bordeaux Eysines
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... is very pleasant, and has some interesting bridges crossing the Garonne River.
The odd thing i have noticed here in Bordeaux is the lack of bakeries. On nearly ever corner in Lyon there was a bakery, here they seem scarce.
By late afternoon the sky greys up and it starts to rain, only lightly.
The next few days are beautiful sunny days. Wandering the streets and the river walk is very pleasant. The city has a certain buzz to ...
It's 11.30 pm, and Amr is already asleep next to me, but must write up today before I forget. We woke this morning, a cloudless perfect morning, as was predicted, and suddenly found life was good, and we could cope with a city and people and traffic and cyclists....thank goodness. It WAS good to take as long as we wanted in the morning, and not have to be all packed up and bags ready by 8 am. And when we set off, we found that Bordeaux is a fabulous city! We packed ...
... A magnificent old church formed the backdrop. Within this cultural circle was an old, outwardly unimpressive cafe and run down looking patisserie. These two places provided us with a genuine, authentic, non touristy French culinary experience. The most amazing cappuccino and pastries you could imagine served by gentlemen who where so French. (funny that)
There were a couple more ...
... see if was frequented by a lot of trademen today - how do they get work done after a massive meal like that - but as the French say - "Life is all about the Food."
The bikes were in the car so out they can and lets get pedaling otherwise I'm gonna fall asleep, we had a wonderful ride through small villages and endless roads full of vines, the photo's tell the tale and the lunch was worked off - well that's what I hope ...
... charades. The girl at the desk asked me if I wanted to travel 1st or 2nd class. I asked her what the difference was and she said: "Twenty euros". After a few more qualifying questions I established that the seats are more comfortable in 1st, so as it’s only a two hour trip I opted for 2nd class at a cost of 38 euros. The train leaves Bordeaux at 10.49am and I was told to make sure to stamp my ticket in the machine on the ...