La Closerie des Vignes
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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WOW! Cannot believe 2014 has come to an end! Many great things happened last year. My best friend got married, friends got engaged, announced pregnancies, I travelled to Rarotonga and Singapore... and then made the big move to France! Leading up to the end of 2014, Jayden had a couple of days off rugby, which allowed for us to go on a couple of day trips. First day trip was to Saint Emilion, a small historical vineyard town about 45 minutes inland from Bordeaux. One ...
... and restaurants lined the boardwalk. We explored the boardwalk and main town for a bit and then sat down for lunch at a Beef restaurant. Arcachon would be an amazing place in the summer, and apparently the average temperature here in Summer ranges around the 30's! Looking forward to the summer after seeing everyone's beach and lake photos back in NZ! After Arcachon, it was time to head back to the city, as we had to make our way ...
... she invited us over to her significant other's place which overlooked a canal and one of my favorite places in the city, Kaisersgracht. We had good food and good company then woke up late the next morning in time to head over to the best apple pie place in town, . And I can easily say that that was the best pie I have ever had! We walked around some more and bought some yarn for knitting and found a cute bakery where we ate pofertjes and spoortwaffel. ...
... day we took it a bit more leisurely and walked about 4 miles around the nature reserve and floral park which was close to our site.
Things we have learnt since being in France…….
- It rains a lot!
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... to see how the central heating worked & the pools. It actually was a bit sad to think how it will all eventually disappear as it is mainly just in the open to the elements. We had lunch in Castillon-La-Bateille which us where the English lost the 100 years war & so lost their lands in France. We didn't see anything there about it & actually the town was a bit sad - lots of youths hanging around unemployed but the Dordogne was beautiful flowing through the town. ...