Hotel Regina

34, rue Charles-Domercq , Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33800, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bordeaux

The French. Part one.

A travel blog entry by tinyjuggernauts

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... of the farm and was called Freek. (Dutch for Fred, short for Frederik, NOT to be pronounced Freak, but Freik). It was suggested that we wander about whilst he fed the animals and we could have a chat afterwards.

Wander we duly did, and discovered many parts of the farm. It quickly became apparent that this was one of those places which you could never discover in entirety due to the sheer amount of buildings and projects that seemed to be going on all at the same time. ...

An exciting stay at Steve's sofa-surfing shack

A travel blog entry by roamingrob

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Friday 17/1
Up early and off to Montparnasse, narrowly avoiding a hefty fine for an invalid ticket (a foreign passport and puppy eyes does the trick), I found that the TGV I was planning to catch to Bordeaux was fully booked and I couldn’t even get a reservation. The bloke at the ticket desk thankfully managed to find me another route that would instead reach Bordeaux via Tours, a city of which I’d heard but knew nothing about. As it turns out ...

Vive la France!

A travel blog entry by sallycurrie

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... lessons from them, during which they mocked all of my teaching techniques. Cheeky buggers. Plus, their parents told me that on a visit to Paris they pronounced the metro station names with an Australian accent. I believe that my job is done! MERCI BEAUCOUP Herve, Corine, Elise, Adrien, Sarah, Sam and Michelle.

Lessons learned in France:

  • The French do no eat croissants for breakfast every day (sad face)
  • The French do eat baguettes every day (happy ...

La Rochelle to Bordeaux 23/11/13

A travel blog entry by alecsmart

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... room snacks from a supermarket ,fruit, cheese, salmon etc. We then went to Bordeaux , where we found parking with difficulty. The centre is like any city, e.g. Oxford street. It had large buildings, parks, shopping centres ( like London ). We found an evening antique market in a park which was great but we never bought a thing! After a coffee we returned to the hotel but washed the car on the way. Diesel needed tomorrow but is about 1.29 euros per litre which is better than the ...

Wine country

A travel blog entry by lbhendy

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... is also quite a lot of pedestrian areas and a street that is over 1/2 mile long, one of the oldest streets in Bordeaux that is the main shopping street. There was certainly lots of people there.

The tram system here seems very good and you could easily hop from place to place on your day pass - if you didn't need to make some attempt to walk off the wine. Dogs travel everywhere also - in the city centre, on the trams etc.


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Location

This hotel, located in the Gare Saint Jean area of Bordeaux, is near Quinconces Esplanade (Esplanade des Quinconces), Maison du Vin, Hotel de Ville (City Hall), and Musee d'Histoire Naturelle.
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