Hotel de Seze
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... its self. It was definitely a sight to see with the ocean on one side and a Forrest on the other we walked along it for a bit but it was huge and on the top the wind was picking up the sand with some force so it was a bit painful on your bare legs. We sat down on the sheltered side and ate some macaroons we had purchased from the market in town. We got back to Bordeaux late ...
... or air BnB to drop off our bags then head in to town to meet Liyana for dinner, we walk through the streets and Liyana tells us about Bordeaux. We have dinner at this cute little restaurant by the cathedral the food is amazing, then we head to the theatre and the square where there is a carnival in town we wander around a bit before jumping on the tram back to the air ...
... with other travellers. We ventured into Montpon, a neighbouring village, to get supplies. We ended up getting cheese, biscuits, salami, crackers, olives and a bottle of red. Not really the home cooked meal we were after, but delicious and easy for our first night of yurting. Before we knew it, it was time for bed and we were all tucked up listening to the rain which was by now hammering down on the yurt, which put us both asleep, and kept us that way all night. The ...
... 8211; the architecture is quite similar to Paris. However, the wheel and spoke layout of the streets meant that we were getting lost on the regular. So, if you decide to visit, get a map. The main street in the city is called "St. Catharine's" and it is the busiest street I have ever seen in my life. There are wall-to-wall shops and everyone in the bloody city is there, pushing and shoving their ...
... d'Yquem coming up though - very excited.)
On our trip to date Sal and I have been pretty solid on the running, with both of us coming out of injuries we are starting to get back to some form that we are pretty happy with. Bordeaux has some of the best cycling/running tracks in France, and many (including the one about 40m from our place) are old railway lines that hauled the grapes and have been ripped up and turned into awesome paved ...