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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Burdigala Bordeaux
Nice Hotel with excellent service. Rooms were reasonably spacious and well furnished.
Breakfasts were ordinary.
Hotel Bar prices were expensive,worth wandering up the street to get a beer or a glass of wine at half their price.
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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 ...
... had been cooked by some Fijians. So we headed on down and joined them all. It was great to meet some new people here, and join them and their families in celebrating Christmas away from home. There was plenty on the menu, from Chicken, Pork, Beef, Salad and Vegetables! The owner of the Dog and Duck has just purchased an 8 week old British Bulldog. Was fair to say we got our doggy fix this night! Overall, a very cruisy ...
... over to the euerkerk (old church) which was quite nice. We found some red-eyed pigeons which was a bit disconcerting. Then we were off to catch the ferry to De Pannenkoechenboot (pancake boat). Yes we ate dutch pancakes on a boat and it was awesome. There was even a ball playpen for the kids which was pretty cool. Wonderful experience, definitely recommend. We considered the price a bit high but it covered two meals and a small tour of that part of ...
... 8211; the architecture is quite similar to Paris. However, the wheel and spoke layout of the streets meant that we were getting lost on the regular. So, if you decide to visit, get a map. The main street in the city is called "St. Catharine's" and it is the busiest street I have ever seen in my life. There are wall-to-wall shops and everyone in the bloody city is there, pushing and shoving their ...
... wasn't long before arriving in Bordeaux. It was a lovely city set on the side of a large river system. Our two new friends dropped us to the door of our accommodation for the night and we said our final good byes. We met our host, Brice, who arrived just after us, He let us into the little one bedroom, ground floor flat which was right in the heart of the city. Brice was still in the throws of moving in from the previous weekend but he made us feel very ...