Hotel de l'Ecu
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... river. Saw the ducks. Didn't wake up until 9.30. It is so quiet here! Unpacked a few bags and generally did nothing. Had a trip again to the supermarket, hard to think what you need when you are in holiday mode. Went for a nice long walk after lunch down by the river. The weather is amazing (as you will see from the photos). Let's hope it lasts. Watched Australia and the All Blacks. Not the result we had wanted. The four of us ...
... are very efficient. Once more wandered the longest shopping street, (I think in France,) with all the shops from upmarket one end to the Best and Less types at the other. Enjoyed both sides of the fence here. We then took a very long walk along a promenade running parallel with the river. Just beautiful and very peaceful. Found a lovely restaurant facing the river where we relaxed and ate lunch before catching the tram back to the middle of Bordeaux to ...
... until 3pm. Anyway, to cut a really long story short, they got it fixed, Ian brought us down some hot chips, the bags got packed in again and we gave Segovia a miss and headed for Zamora where we'd booked our first night. Got to the hotel about 6pm and they said they didn't have a booking. This turned out to be a blessing in disguise as it appeared a bit of a seedy area and Noels said it was a dump inside. . Thought there might be two hotels with the same name, so ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... renovation project which is the family home, continues to come along, slowly but surely. Its huge job, and he's is pretty fussy. That doesn't quite sound right. Mum is over from NZ, visiting Bruce, so it was a good opportunity to catch up with her but with the french connection. Don't know whats in the water, but the younger ones have certainly grown. Have managed a couple of trips into the city of Bordeaux thanks to Bruce. Quite different ...