La Reserve au Pavillon du Chateau Raba
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- Minbar in room
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Conference facilities
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... is very pleasant, and has some interesting bridges crossing the Garonne River.
The odd thing i have noticed here in Bordeaux is the lack of bakeries. On nearly ever corner in Lyon there was a bakery, here they seem scarce.
By late afternoon the sky greys up and it starts to rain, only lightly.
The next few days are beautiful sunny days. Wandering the streets and the river walk is very pleasant. The city has a certain buzz to ...
... 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 ...
... without missing a beat. Didn't even flinch when I hit one of the outside mirrors down a narrow lane in Florence..... it just bounced back!
Ok there is more good news, we shouted ourselves to a Hotel, can't lie, a bit of luxury has been nice, although the space was very small. After settling into a room with real coffee and an actual coffee maker, we had a drink with a Canadian couple ...
... Castles to fishermen's huts, with locks marking the start of the famous "Canal du Midi" which links the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea. The vineyards in this surrounding area produce white wine as part of the cotes de Bordeaux St Macaire. The town gets its name from a saint of Greek origin, Makarious, who settled there in the 5C.. This is one of ...
... an enormous bank vault.
The shelter hasn’t been needed for the reasons for which it was built, but they have put it to good use, storing all of the older vintages of their wine, as well as wine from many other wineries which they have received as gifts. We saw vintages as old as 1912, and it was really interesting to go around and look at all of the old labels. At least if people were stuck down here for a while, they would have enough wine to ease their ...