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... 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 ...
... Emilion and it was a great place to sit, relax and enjoy some great food, and that we did. It was a late lunch, close to 5pm actually, so more like dinner, on a shady terrace at the foot of the church literally carved out of the limestone rock by Benedictine monks a thousand years ago. We then said goodbye to Saint Emilion before heading out up the road a bit further to our overnight accommodation near Libourne.
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Just “eat” mouth
Confused, shocked, and a bit humiliated, we never spoke to the tiki boy again. His intentions will always remain a mystery. Although a common language isn’t fundamentally necessary for communication, it is certainly helpful—it can distinguish a playful cannibal from a boy just lost in translation.
... which is in excellent condition. There are no high rise buildings and all is very clean and well maintained. We did a self guided walking tour, visiting rue St Catherine, Place de la Bourse, Cathedral St Andre. We visited two art galleries ( Fine Arts and Contemporary Arts) which were a bit disappointing from our perspective, but did enjoy a glass of ...
... have not felt the need to “eat out,” also as our friend Mark said every 30€ saved on dinner is another day on the road!
France is a campers’ delight. Thanks to Napoleon, France has a structure of Aires where wary travellers can rest, often for free. Also most reasonable sized towns have Municipal Camp Grounds which are a step up with facilities and good ground space. We tend to use Aires more often as we enjoy being ...