Ibis Budget Bordeaux Gare Saint Jean
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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 ...
... meal - I had salmon cerviche and kidneys for the main. Yum. Amr for his entree had the special, which turned out to be shellfish, to be pulled out of their shells, as you do snails, and dipped in mayonnaise. Something new (and a bit weird - tasty, but a bit tough to me) they were like those pointy conical shells that you find on the beach - he had to lever them out with an instrument! And they were a curly shape like the shell! Off to sleep now. Almost ...
Bordeaux bought both good and bad news. The good, well my search for the perfect cappuccino is over, more about that later. The bad, well this is the place we say goodbye to the Peugeot. The 208 has been like one of those friends who is quiet, resilient, a bit disheveled, rough around the edges, but has a heart of gold. This little car gave it all on our 3,100 kilometer journey through Italy, Spain ...
... tour. We had time to wait so I was able to have FaceTime with Lucy which was good. She is obviously keeping pretty well but looking a little tired. Ben is doing an exam for his heavy truck licence tomorrow so was studying up for that. Our guide was a gorgeous, bubbly lady, Laurence, who did a great job with an informative commentary in French and English as we drove out of town, passing the WWII German submarine pens, now used as exhibition and event ...
... 3 dish towels and a scarf at H&M. Had lunch on the ship and relaxed for a bit top deck. The buses tour left at 2:00 to St Emilion. We passed by a chateau that makes 1500.00 bottles called Petrus. The village is made on top of a limestone mountain. We walked through the cobblestone street to the cloister which too 300 years to make by sculpting it in the limestone. It was dedicated to St Emilion who was canonized and enter the church. We ...