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... Saint Emilion .... BEAUTIFUL! The town is full of gorgeous old buildings, narrow streets, vineyards and stunning chateaus. We explored at our own pace here, and sat down for a beautiful lunch right in the middle of the town, surrounded by the many of the old buildings. Will definitely be bringing our parents back here when they come over! Next trip was to the Great Dune du Pyla. Again, a 45 minute drive from Bordeaux, but heading towards the coast. The only thing ...
... and restaurants lined the boardwalk. We explored the boardwalk and main town for a bit and then sat down for lunch at a Beef restaurant. Arcachon would be an amazing place in the summer, and apparently the average temperature here in Summer ranges around the 30's! Looking forward to the summer after seeing everyone's beach and lake photos back in NZ! After Arcachon, it was time to head back to the city, as we had to make our way ...
... infatuated with the food. We eventually proceeded onwards and made it into two antique shops and found a windmill and some nice stretches of water. In Marken we found lots of sheep and a closed clogs store, which was immensely disheartening. That night we went out to this jazz bar which was a riot, we ordered ordered a few (expensive) beers and listened to some quality music. The bassist's voice was phenomenal and the sax player was well versed. He had ...
... atmosphere, we were also lucky enough to have a dry day! We stopped by the river to have our picnic and people watch and couldn’t believe our eyes when a dog stopped for a poop and it’s owner not only picked the poop up but then proceeded to ‘wet wipe’ his dog’s bottom…..only in France eh!!!!!
We thoroughly wore ourselves out having walked about 8 miles so ...
... on the various esters that may be in the wine (D was good at guessing, me not so much!), and information boards told the tale of production from winter pruning through growth of the grape to wine-making, aging and bottling. Interesting!
After checking out the spectacular views and the church ...