La Maison Bord'Eaux
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Nach zwei Übernachtungen in Clermont-Ferrand machten wir uns heute auf den Weg nach Bordeaux. Die Fahrt, eine der Längsten unseres Urlaubs, sollte gut vier Stunden dauern und uns durch zwei Regionen (Limousin und Aquitanien) sowie drei Départments (Corrèze, Dordogne und Gironde) führen. Anfangs war die Landschaft noch von …
... Saint Emilion .... BEAUTIFUL! The town is full of gorgeous old buildings, narrow streets, vineyards and stunning chateaus. We explored at our own pace here, and sat down for a beautiful lunch right in the middle of the town, surrounded by the many of the old buildings. Will definitely be bringing our parents back here when they come over! Next trip was to the Great Dune du Pyla. Again, a 45 minute drive from Bordeaux, but heading towards the coast. The only thing ...
... rugby game, UBB vs Brives. The stadium was packed full of just under 29,000 people, people cheering and chanting, drums in the background. The atmosphere here was incredible, definitely a lot different to a ITM or Super Rugby game in New Zealand! UBB won the game 46-10! The fans are very devoted to their team here and the crowds are usually around the 28,000-30,000 mark, per game. Hopefully next home game, Jayden will be on the ...
... hair and was quite tall and older, so I assume he was some sort of famous guy. Couldn't catch the name. The canals were lit up and looking lovely when we were walking back. And we stopped at our now favorite bakery to and from the bar where I got a delicious tosti and Aiden got a something. It had meat and carbs and that's all I can recollect. Day 2 we woke up and headed on over to what used to be the weighing station which was a bit unimpressive and ...
... then checked out the many wine shops and some local boutiques, including a knife-maker who showed us how he makes the intricately carved buffalo-horn handles for his traditional French knives. Soon it was time to go, so once again we headed for home, taking yet another back-country route which took us past some very old chateaux as well as (of course) more sleepy villages and farmland. It had been a fairly hot steamy day, and so we were super-adventurous and opted to use ...