Ibis Budget Bordeaux Le Lac
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Im sure you dont want to hear me harping on about the amazing hot, sunny weather and how Charly and I now have a permanent bikini surrounded by lobster pink skin! Or maybe you do? In which case OMG it is lovely here! a little fried i will admit, but we are both very brown now :D Enough gloating, gets talk about Bordeaux!
We enjoy a reasonably early breakfast and head off to St Emilion just after nine thirty. On arrival the car park was almost empty- a total contrast to yesterdays crush. We spend an hour walking around the town noses glued to the windows of wine merchants. We are finally drawn into one and end up buying a cheap bottle of Pomerol-a bargain at only 35 euros! The price of wine from this area , even in a supermarket is incredible. We visit the local ...
... the perfect group- we are all pretty easy going, but like to do things and be efficient when traveling. I really am my father's daughter, and in true Chris Duran fashion, planned the whole trip from start to finish for the group. I loved it.
It was such an adventure, but I will write out a time lime sort of layout to summarize the big events:
5:30 am- try to take a small regional train to the French train station, where we will take ...
... we took her and her bicycle on board and she joined us for lunch before we continued on to the next town where her husband was waiting to collect her and presented up with a bottle of wine for our efforts.
We were very surprised at the large amount of Aussies we met along the way. It certainly helps when everyone has there countries flags flying from there boat, ...
... as a result. It has a lot of white fungus growing on it - which for them is a good thing as this particular fungus controls humidity - they are unable to install anything to thermo regulate this.