Chateau de Mirambeau
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... and in one town the musty smell of wine was overpowering. Interestingly too, the shops in this area -supermarkets etc, still shut at lunchtime. David had a wander around the town to size up the boulangeries in the town. Only three camping cars ...
We woke to torrential rain. In fact much of the night was torrential rain so it was no surprise we were next to a very large puddle. After breakfast in the camp common room we were sent to Bages , a tiny village where, to our amazement, there was a bike shop with the right size tyre and inner tube for P&Ps tandem - phew! Then onwards for a day crossing the Medoc. The highlight ...
A slightly early start this morning - misreading of watch with backlighting got us up by 6.30! Impressive or what! 8.20 kick off and we shopping in Bordeaux by 10. Bouliac has an impressive shopping centre for all our food shopping requirements, a bike shop for Pat and Pam's overshoes, and a coffee brew up next to the shopping centre car park! We had a smooth journey through Bordeaux before lunching by a lake whilst the tents dried. ...
... we made it to the ferry crossing with minutes to spare. I forgot the highlight of the morning was kite surfers over a wide bay - jumping to 10- 15 ft!!! Pat wanted to swim in the sea but not on the naturists beach!! Afternoon riding was into Medoc country with vineyard after vineyard. Now settled in a campsite at Pauillac (and have learned how to addourloxation to the ...
We've heard much about the chateaux and wines of the Médoc so decided to spend a few days on the Left Bank estuary of the Bordeaux region. Travelling from Cognac out to the coast, we caught a little ferry across the Gironde River from Blaye to Lemarque, then wended our way up to the port town of Pauillac in the heart of wine ...