Campanile Bordeaux est Artigues
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... give great joy. The very best wines would still be wasted on me, even today. And sometimes they can be used mostly for showing off, there’s quite a bit of that that happens too….
Back to work. I was working on the launch of our French version of Life Hope and Truth. As we started this project, without much thinking about it, I vaguely thought all we’d have to do is translate the articles, but there has been much more to it than ...
... a ruin, but it has fairly recently been restored and the visit is now quite interesting. So much history in this part of the world!
I finished up about noon, and drove on to the home of the Muirs who had invited me for lunch. We had a delicious and leisurely French lunch: six courses counting the aperitif, and the coffee at the end. The main course was confit de canard, often translated as potted duck, which ...
... music was playing and someone was yelling out dance instructions. It looked like fun – they were doing a proper dance, swapping partners and all that sort of thing! We watched it for a while before walking across the bridge. We spent the next while hunting for somewhere to eat! There wasn’t much in the way of takeaway around. The cafes were all filled with people. On this side of the river there was more people dancing. I think the French must eat ...
... as well as looking as though people were walking on water! That was pretty cool! So we walked back along the river, where even though it was just across the road, felt like a totally different part of town! It was green everywhere and there were trees and parks and pretty lights and beautifully lit up bridges. We made our way along there for a bit until it ran out, then crossed the road again and headed back to the hotel and to ...
... town centre as we blundered around.
When we found the correct place on the second attempt, there was not room to park. The Aire is meant to have space for 8 vans, but, when we arrived there were five well spaced out vans occupying all of the space. As we pondered what to do, a kind hearted English couple offered to move over slightly, to make room for us to get in. In ...