Ibis Budget Libourne
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... was a church built in the 12th century and the stone walls that lined the road leading to the vineyard were also hundreds of years old.
The vineyard was called Chateau du Cerons and produced only relatively small quantities of wine - very boutique style. The owner of the vineyard who took us around talked of the unique climate that produces their wine. A river, quite warm, runs not far from their property which meets ...
... tomorrow. Making our way to Saint Emilion, there was some trepidation as to whether this highly regarded town would be just another one of the many pretty villages we had seen in the past fortnight. However, it did prove to be impressive, looking up toward it on approach, perched high on a hilltop, and then viewing it from the top of the King's tower, the highest vantage point in the village, with a 360 ...
A USAC classmate Neil Healy began his blog entry with the bold claim that "language means nothing." In many ways, I agree—there is a plethora of human emotions that can be expressed without using words. However, in Bordeaux, France, I faced a language barrier that could not be overlooked: I was unsure if a boy wanted to be my friend or eat me.
Kelley and I arrived in Bordeaux on a Friday evening without ...
... was all fresh from farm and the hosts were very generous. Dinner was two and a half hours, and by the end, I was very tired. My companions escorted me to my room, instructed me to lock my door, and reminded me that I only had to shout and they would be right there. I am happy to have them with me, and to have such a comfortable bed to sleep in tonight.
Total distance walked today: 28km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... headed to Bordeaux. I intended to stop at a France Passion site in Blanquefort for the night, it looked really lovely, a very pretty vineyard, but unfortunately it was closed. What I hadn't realised was that it was May Day. I was wondering why everywhere was deserted, except for boules and rugby matches in the middle of the day and there were stalls of flower sellers everywhere. So on ...