Chateau Lamothe du Prince Noir - Bordeaux
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... the cathedral, admiring its huge flying buttresses (added not long after its building to prevent it from collapsing) and intricate carved stone doorways, lined with angels, saints etc. Following the crowded main shopping street into the city centre I came to the aptly named Grand Theatre, the huge pillar and bronze statues of the Esplanade des Quincones and strolled for a little while around the centre of town before sheltering from the relentless drizzle in ...
... adventure when I landed on their doorstep.
Next stop BORDEAUX - land of wine.
4 guinea pigs.
2 cats. (one who ****** in my shoes - this incident ended our friendship)
This was my home, my French school (as a student), my English school (as a teacher), where I became a cyclist and the place that almost led me to name this blog "Fat in France" or "Big in Bordeaux". In the end ...
... room snacks from a supermarket ,fruit, cheese, salmon etc. We then went to Bordeaux , where we found parking with difficulty. The centre is like any city, e.g. Oxford street. It had large buildings, parks, shopping centres ( like London ). We found an evening antique market in a park which was great but we never bought a thing! After a coffee we returned to the hotel but washed the car on the way. Diesel needed tomorrow but is about 1.29 euros per litre which is better than the ...
We spent 2 weeks with wonderful family friends Jacqui and Jean-Michel. Thank you so much for your hospitality, we really enjoyed seeing you both again. Until Australia!
We did many day trips exploring the region. It's the heart of prehistoric man and wine and food!
Hope you enjoy the pics!
... webkit-composition-fill-color: rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Originally some monks en route stopped to rest here and built the 16th century cellar. They began the original wine production. They crushed the wine with the feet - Barry is standing in an original crusher bath. The wine was cellared downstairs, the monks lived up, but it is in fact a large open plan ...