Chateau Lamothe du Prince Noir - Bordeaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Today there is little to report of interest to a travel blog. I picked up some food at a nearby supermarket and then worked all day, casting an occasional gaze outside at the beautiful vineyards all around. This is some of the best wine country in the world. The most consistently sought-after and expensive wines are not far from where I am, in the Paulliac region north of Bordeaux. The most famous are Château Lafite-Rothschild, Château Latour and Château ...
... 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 ...
We then attempted another long drive being one of the longest of the contiki to Bordeaux. We had a few memorable stops, one being the QUICK fast food place :P (pretty much maccas) where we shared some jokes about Emily's secret franchise :P. We had then stopped for lunch at a carcassone castle which was pretty cool. It was full of shops and restaurants that was quite nice. We had found this one lolly shop thy ...
... our way along the western side of the Gironde towards Bordeaux. The main feature of the morning ride was the continuous stream of chateaux each with their own wines and vineyards. About 25 miles later we reached the outskirts of Bordeaux. Aided by modern technology - mobile phone and view ranger mapping we cycled straight through the centre of Bordeaux without a hitch (apart ...
... br> I asked the girl at reception to recommend a good restaurant for dinner and she suggested Le Gabriel on the riverfront. She made a reservation for me at 8pm and despite my feet still aching from a day of walking I decided to walk there as well. Most of the trip was spent on Rue Saint Remy. This is basically a strip of back to back bars and restaurants with the occasional high end retail shop running all the way from Vital Carles to the river. I wrote a review on Yelp while I ...