Ibis Styles Bordeaux Sud Villenave d'Ornon
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to the camping to watch some "Vikings". 1st Today we were going to visit Bourdeaux. Really well organized here to keep cars out of town. We were send to a closed parking at the outskirts where we payed 4.50€ for the whole day plus we got two return tickets with the tram into the centre of town, perfect no ? Wish they'd be so clever in our towns !! Anyway we got off at a point near the river where we could walk back via ...
Another travel day. Tears were shed upon leaving our Barcelonian hotel.
One of the stops we made was in a small town named Carcassonne. This is truly the archeype of what people think of when considering a medieval village. All the town surrounded by a moat and thick castle walls.
While we are staying in Bordeaux, it is getting a short visit. We are only staying for the night on the way to Paris. Just enough time to grab a meal and see a few churches along the ...
... the B and B for a welcome swim in the pool and a catch up with the blog. As there was a restaurant on site and a beautiful outdoor setting we decided to have a meal there. We shared a 1 kg Rib-eye, delicious but no good for vegetarians! Then a relatively early night which was much ...
High in the hills, over looking a beautiful valley and a river, my friends treated me to a beautiful lunch at a elegant restaurant specializing in homemade, locally grown and raised cuisine. Not the type of place a tourist would find being high up in the hills. The view, the company and the food -beyond words. I thought I ate well in Italy but France has been a whole new gastronomic ...
... morning after one's arrival. it's slightly overcast but warm and it's still quiet in our neighbourhood. The French seem to ease into their day. After a cafe au lait and a pain de raisin at a place around the corner, we headed to the Esplanade des Quinconces, at 12 hectares the largest square in Europe. It's mainly used for various exhibitions and fairs and we are going to the annual Foire de Printemps, a ...