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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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... 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 cold one too! So Jayden went back to training on Boxing Day, so I decided to make my way into the city by tram and explore. I managed to stop right outside the shopping hub, Rue Saint Catherine, where I may have done a little damage to the funds! The shopping hub is beautiful however. It is a 1.2km long pedestrian street, and is the main shopping street in Bordeaux. The streets are filled with people, and the shops are mostly ...
... she invited us over to her significant other's place which overlooked a canal and one of my favorite places in the city, Kaisersgracht. We had good food and good company then woke up late the next morning in time to head over to the best apple pie place in town, . And I can easily say that that was the best pie I have ever had! We walked around some more and bought some yarn for knitting and found a cute bakery where we ate pofertjes and spoortwaffel. ...
... 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 ...
... were really nice guys, with the passenger speaking pretty good English.
We both slept for the first couple of hours, we were still feeling the aftermath of Glastonbury and the overnight bus from London to Paris. Stopping for smoke-o, we learned the two friends were players in a flamenco band and were on their way down to play a week long festival in the south of Spain.
After another couple of hours rest in the back seat, we were stopping ...