Ibis Bordeaux Centre Bastide
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Ibis style youth hostel of the 21st century but good location
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Another long bus ride, but the lovely green scenery made the time pass quickly. The bus company i used this time is punctual, and arrives on time.
The first day out starts out as a lovely day, so plenty of walking to be done. Bordeaux is so different to Lyon. The buildings seem to be a lot older. I am impressed at what i see, and the more i explore the more impressed i am. It is a very low rise city due to the weakness of the subsoil. The ...
... into our one day here. First, we stumbled on a good coffee place. Important. So after that we just popped into a boulangerie and each got a pastry. Then we went on a tour of exploration and saw so much. Many huge and beautiful churches - one, St Michel with a tall bell tower that we climbed and from the top had a panoramic view of the whole area. And we had fun in Galeries Lafayette where finally I found the Chanel perfume refills that I wanted that don't ...
... walking streets and lane ways, taking precious moments to sit in quirky little cafes listening and watching European culture breathe and walk by. Probably the worst moments were standing in a ques and waiting...... and waiting. ....to see stuff that you can see more clearly on the internet. (call me"boring" that's ok)
It was on one of these meanderings that we stumbled upon a authentic ...
... a St Emillion at Chateau Teyssier a chateau owned by an Englishman Jonathan Maltus with a Scottish winemaker Neil Whyte. It was called Le Dome and retails for £77 per bottle in the UK.
We did taste many good much cheaper wines, at the previous vineyard the excellent Chateau Cantegrive we had tasted a good wine that was only €5 per bottle, and at that vineyard the most expensive wine was €19. All wine tasted and drunk with the lunch is included ...
... who spoke no English, he referred me to his "colleague", down several kilometres mof dank corridors, and she ( young, blonde, a little English) tok a astatement from me, in French, and told me tha this happened often in th epark. Could I identify the man in a parade of shady characters? Yes, but our train goes in two hours.
SHe was apologetic, but could do little.
Next I raced back to meet Karen, pausing to buy a new camera ...