Inter-Hotel Apolonia Bordeaux Lac
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Another long bus ride, but the lovely green scenery made the time pass quickly. The bus company i used this time is punctual, and arrives on time.
The first day out starts out as a lovely day, so plenty of walking to be done. Bordeaux is so different to Lyon. The buildings seem to be a lot older. I am impressed at what i see, and the more i explore the more impressed i am. It is a very low rise city due to the weakness of the subsoil. The ...
... anywhere but France. Plus we went into a Basque chocolate shop, a specialty food shop, the Maison du Vin which was a sort of formal wine bar where you could have a glass of a selection of fabulous wines. Also we found the Musée des Beaux Arts and spent some time there. And we walked half way across the bridge - Bordeaux is near the mouth of the Garonne. It is huge here, and will be joined by the Dordogne river, before they both combined flow into the ...
... walking streets and lane ways, taking precious moments to sit in quirky little cafes listening and watching European culture breathe and walk by. Probably the worst moments were standing in a ques and waiting...... and waiting. ....to see stuff that you can see more clearly on the internet. (call me"boring" that's ok)
It was on one of these meanderings that we stumbled upon a authentic ...
... part of a family of tapestry and furniture makers. The son, wishing to make it on his own, left Bordeaux to make his fortune in Louisiana, making rosewood furniture, (ventured there before the French sold that parcel to America). He made his fortune and returned to Bordeaux in 1839 to live out his life in the family mansion (where we now rest our heads). When I goggled the name, Seignouret, up came his very famous furniture and the influence he had on New Orleans, both in ...
... to eat or a quiet beer.
I found a great little place in a square next to the cathedral and had the best Irish Coffee combined with some French Tapas ever! Not the standard food/drink pairing of course but it just felt like the right thing to do. I was definitely starting to fall into the cycle of visiting the many delicatessens with good espresso and pastries. ...