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... it was a beach day so after our usual breakfast of chocolate chip brioche with jam we made the trek back up the sand dune and over the other side to the beach. We had a nice relaxing day and Jim even took his inflatable kayak that I had got him for his birthday and had fun playing around in the water. That night we went back up the dune, taking some extra layers with us and watched the sunset.
The next day was pretty much the same although a lot hotter. Walking back ...
... of the coolest shapes of lollies from smurfs to soccer balls. We arrived later that afternoon about 7-7:30ish so we didn't have much time but Alex took us to see the most famous thing in Bordeaux the mirror of the world. Which is water across a wide spread area and it reflects the building behind it. After this the only thing to do was eat so we found a nice enough place for us all to eat and have a few ...
... everybody needs a friend. We walk past men with cats or kittens with them, or a lonely dog with its homeless owner, I think people some times donate dog or cat food rather than money which is good. The dogs here are so well behaved, so much so that they don't even give me a second glance, when all I want is for one to run over and say hi haha. But the dogs all stay right beside their owners wether they are on ...
... Not houses or chateaus. If they do expand or revaamp they keep the old facades and that way the charm of the region. next stop Chateau Du Taillan. A double vaulted wine cellar fom the 1600s. It was originally built as a monastery and run by monks to offer comfort to pilgrims. The inside of this part is very rustic with twisted beams and very little light. It hasn't changd a lot in the inervening 400 years. All the barrels are stored underground. ...
On the TGV now to Bordeaux - very pleasant ride in first class! Between us we have written postcards to our seven gorgeous grandchildren whom we miss a lot. Our departure was relaxed in the end, although nothing is certain until you are in your seat on the train. The TGV does not leave from the local station so it was too far for us to walk with our bags. In Chartres the hotel had advised us not to rely on a taxi, but this time the man at ...