Adagio Access Bordeaux Rodesse
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Départ pour le Best of Tour des vignobles qui devient le Worst of Tour!!!
Première déception, départ chaotique : tram non-coopératif, Bordelais non sympathique à notre cause, le taxi se fait attendre....début de panique et on a failli manquer notre tour guidée.
Deuxième déception : départ avec une guide inexpérimentée, non …
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 ...
We wanted to have a day or so on a campsite. It's a bit more relaxing than an aire and you get more space. We also wanted to go into Bordeaux and there aren't any suitable aires. So camping Bordeaux lac. Huge campsite but mostly chalets and mobile homes. Got there before midday and set up. Electric hookup to fire up the microwave and fridge. Luxury - hot chocolate! Then into Bordeaux. Drove to the park and ride and then tram into the city. What a ...
... clearly stated that camping cars were interdit. We went down to Langon to see where the A380 parts were offloaded from the barges. Returning, we walked round the town. I managed to find a hairdresser who could cut my hair. It has grown so quickly in the last 10 weeks. And in the heat it gets very uncomfortable. I was happy with what I got. We had a nice meal outside the town walls before walking back up through the town to ...
... jam and wondered what was going on. Later we found out that some days are just like that, particularly in August, the french holiday season.
This was a medieval city surrounded by a wall in its day. The wall has now gone, but the original area is traffic free. It is amazing, full of alleys, cobbled streets and all old buildings. The base of our building is original 13th century. We met our landlords, father and son, who own the framing business below ...