Chateau Lamothe du Prince Noir - Bordeaux
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Chateau Lamothe du Prince Noir - Bordeaux Saint-Sulpice-et-Cameyrac
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... botanical gardens and other end of town. Fabulous dance party on board tonight with French specialty buffet. I tried the snails (like mushrooms but with a mussel like texture Not bad at all. And the battered frogs legs were like white chicken. Also good. Dancing and the weather truly fantastic. About 25c tonight. 11pm now and ship sails at midnight. Great ...
... tourist office. Paid $7.50Euro each for the underground tour. Town named after St Emilion who founded the town in 800 AD and lived in a cave as a hermit. The church is underground, in limestone and was excavated from the top. And the tower added around 1200? Lots of hills and cobblestones lane ways wine shops everywhere and so scenic and peaceful. Bought a bottle of Rose and will sleep well ...
... We are docked right in town yes it's old but personally I preferred Spain and Portugal more character we are here again tomorrow then another day at sea then St Malone France. Weather here is hot in the 30s and days are long sunrise at 6.15 and sunset at 9.50. Sitting on our balcony having a cuppa and reading yes have read 2 books so far the view in front of us is typical French terraces with rought iron balconies and at bottom ...
... if we put it on the roof.No TV worries no news of bail outs or wires in Blind Strand. The town of Creon is celebrating 700 years as a town with a festival this week but Id say were safe enough.The toll today from Nantes to Bordeaux was €42.90 Sacre Bleu! ...
... and show signs of erosion. Next you hear a lot of the buildings are 600 - 800 years old with the occasional Roman buildings thrown in and you are a bit more forgiving of the sad state of disrepair. Next you hear that the actual permanent residency number around 200 and you get the picture further. The history of it as a religious town comes to the fore when you check out the church which is huge for such a small town. There used to be a seminary, order of nuns and ...