Ibis Bordeaux Le Lac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... stop at a Tabac with plastic cups (see photo) and then early lunch stop to dry tents before the rains came in again. In the event we keep dry and a bit sunny through this afternoon. This evening we are back to wild camping but we're not sure when Pat's going in for a swim. We'll go to sleep with the sound of the sea. Tomorrow it's over the ferry and northward from Royan. Bon ...
... A fabulous city. Wonderful shops, magnificent buildings and a couple of quirky items. The mirror d'eau (water mirror) was amazing. A wet pavement where you can walk or play which is misted at regular intervals. And the blue lion - why? But an amazing place to see. Even the cafe creme was excellent. And back to the campsite in the rush hour. The trams were packed - like sardines, and the roads were heaving. Hot showers and a cooked meal were the day's ...
It wasn't a cold night! A damp morning meant that it was fairly warm. The tap at the aire did not fit any of my connectors, so it was the aquaroll. We planned to get to Preignac. When we arrived, the aire was bollarded off and the water had been shut off. Presumably only open until end of September. So we went further along the Garonne to Cadillac. Small aire intended for 8 vans. Of course the French snuck more in, by parking ...
... have not felt the need to “eat out,” also as our friend Mark said every 30€ saved on dinner is another day on the road!
France is a campers’ delight. Thanks to Napoleon, France has a structure of Aires where wary travellers can rest, often for free. Also most reasonable sized towns have Municipal Camp Grounds which are a step up with facilities and good ground space. We tend to use Aires more often as we enjoy being ...
... we’d find somewhere for tea tonight that did snails and frogs legs. I was not really interested in trying either but I’m sure Eli would make me try them. We passed one shop and a young guy was out the front and offered us a taste of duck liver pate or however you spell it. I wasn’t that keen on it but had some as the guy was pressing it on me. It tasted gross. It reminded me of vegemite (which I like on toast) but left a horrid taste in your ...