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We took the train into Bordeaux for the day. It was strange to be in a busy vibrant city after so many days in the country. There was so much to see and not possible to take it all in in one day we would love to come back here for longer ...
... was so weird we were on this metro bus stopping at random places then within 20 mins we where in a Forrest where the bus drops us of, you kinda think how are we near a giant sand dune on the beach but sure enough after a short walk through the trees your confronted by this giant wall of sand. There was a stair way built into the side -thank god I would not have liked to walk up ...
In the morning we get up early to go on a tour of some of the châteaus I'm very excited I get to see two of the four châteaus I really wanted to see the third being Chambord which we saw the other day. We head to Amboise which we missed out on with our trip with Oliver so I'm ecstatic to be able to go inside, unfortunately it's too early in the day and the ...
... Dom and I walked on it for a few blocks before deciding to find somewhere quieter to walk. We had a nice quiet time here, we enjoyed coffee on a park bench and took lots of walks (half of them were in hopes of finding me a WC somewhere).
We had a very short time here, but we managed to visit all the major cathedrals all over the city. We made sure to wander the city streets and walk along ...
... 8217;s named after a monk called Émilion who set up a hermitage here in the 8th century. Other monks followed and started commercial wine production in the area, although this has been a wine producing region since Roman times.
It started raining on the way, and was still raining when we arrived so we deferred the exploratory walk around the village and ducked into a restaurant called Le Bistrot des Vignobles for lunch. This has a little covered terrace out the ...