Ibis Bordeaux Bastide
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Christmas gift 2012 Bordeaux, Medoc, Cap Ferret
So, our backpacking to Bordeaux tale begins somewhat stressfully.. Did you know that snow and train tracks don't mix at all in France..? Seems odd to me given its regular appearances! A cancelled connecting train, mad-dash back to crazy Paris and a few long ticket lines later, we were still able to arrive the same day - albeit close to midnight. …
It looks like it is going to be another hot day, so we make an earlyish start into the city. The first stop is the cathedral. It is constructed of a grey/white stone it is quite austere and cold. There is a separate tower in the square, but that is temporarily closed for a school visit. We check out some restaurants for dinner (non suitable), then …
We take the tram across the river and wander through the old town, stopping to buy a picnic lunch to have in the park. We also by Caneles, small domed cakes, caramelised on the outside – they are a bit chewy. After a pleasant walk around the park we catch a tram to the lake. There's a cooling breeze but apart from the sailing club there’ …
Today we travel to Bordeaux. The train leaves at 10:23, while waiting on the station Shelagh see the route and notes that we will be stopping at Toulouse, Agen and Marmande en-route to Bordeaux. The train has come up from Marseilles and is full and very warm, but once we get moving the air conditioning kicks in. We decide to walk from the station …
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Ibis style youth hostel of the 21st century but good location
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