Chateau Lamothe du Prince Noir - Bordeaux
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Travel Blogs from Saint-Sulpice-et-Cameyrac
... with the rounded arches in the roof. We decided to go to another church but there was a long queue so we skipped that and we all had lunch of French onion soup with toasted Camembert, quite delicious. After lunch we set off again and on the way to the Beguinhof we passed the church, no queue, so went in there first. The Beguinhof is a cluster of ...
... at the soil; it is littered with small limestones but looks quite different than around Coonawarra. Clarry more like your old block! The Medoc peninsular wine is Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon while here in Saint Emilion it is primarily Merlot and cab franc. First impression of the town is that it must have been very important in earlier days; it appears very old and after 7.00 pm when the tourists are gone it is very quiet! The buildings are primarily limestone; hence ...
... our destination at around 2ish..now when you have 4 kids who all want food and toilet breaks every five mins and a wife who makes suggestions that we should follow her phone sat nav instead of the actual sat nav and also pick a campsite in the middle of nowhere at least 40 mins from nearest supermarket then there is no way your going to make it to the next stop in good time. But Paul is ever hopefull on these days and so ...
... where they stick all the discount airlines, is a far cry from the maze of stores that is Gatwick - and being in France I had no 3G on my phone. Qu'elle horreur!
When my plane eventually did take off it was an absolutely wonderful flight. The skies were clear the entire way over France and I had a row of seats all to myself! The view was so clear that I could see the ferries bringing customers across the channel! When we landed in Gatwick Airport I was greeted by a ...
We traveled from Avignon to Bordeaux by train. The start to the day wasn't the best as our train from Avignon was delayed by 3 hours because of power failure in Cassis. We had to make a call – wait at the station for 3 hours and risk the train being further delayed or board the next train in an hour and potentially stand through the 5 hours journey because of unreserved seats. We decided ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking