Chateau Le Baudou
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Early nights on continent make for early breakfasts!
I struck off in search of a bread shop for the morning sustenance. A small shop is on hill nearby and she has more sweets than normal groceries but at least she had bread….sorted.
I set off alone to walk the steps above the town to get an idea of it's layout, the No. 33 bus takes you along the promenade to, if I might call it the classy part of town. It is here you have the designer shops and plenty shoppers in them. ...
... colder Garrone which flows through Bordeaux. The result is dense fog in the mornings which produces a fungus on the grapes which in turn results in a unique taste. This is quite specific to this area and can't be found the same anywhere else in the world.
They specialise in sauternes, savignon and merlot and they make mostly blended wines. We saw the wine cellars - centuries old - and we tasted some lovely wines. We were ...
This is wine country, and if the vineyards that could be seen out to the horizon didn't give it away, the fact that every second shop in Saint Emilion was a wine merchant did. Not being wine connoisseurs, Susan and I were therefore interested in the other shops, which were typically souvenir shops that sold tea-towels with pictures of wine bottles on them. That said, there was a wonderful feel ...
... After wandering aimlessly around the city, admiring the endless beige limestone, we luckily stumbled upon Les Epicuriales. The outdoor food and drink festival was both charming and daunting; tents and tables extended farther into the distance than my eyes could see, and buzzing, animated French folk packed every inch. Without knowing a single phrase in French, we decided to cross a study abroad goal off the ...
... So the two holes would have embers in them and they would place the food over the top or inside to reheat again! The structure of the whole building was quite interesting. There was a double staircase in the middle, which entwined around each other so that you could see the person walking on the other staircase but you would never meet – it was quite cool! They don’t know who designed Chambord but they wonder if Leonardo Da Vinci had some input as ...