Mercure Bordeaux Chateau Chartrons
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Last night after posting the blog , Bruce and I walked up to The Palace Royal in Blois where currently at 10-30pm they have a light show on the side of the buildings around the inner courtyard of the Palace, depicting the history of the place..... Well - it took some finding but with a minute to spare we entered the courtyard …
... here was the parking, which was €1.00 for 4 hours. Dune du Pyla is the tallest sand dune in Europe, and overlooks both hinterland and the sea. We just sat at the top of the dune for a while and took it all in. Again, another place to bring the parents, maybe with a picnic and some nice Bordeaux wine! New Years night consisted of a quiet night in, as Jayden had to travel for an away game a couple of days later. Unfortunately, the UBB went down to Racing Metro ...
... a cold one too! So Jayden went back to training on Boxing Day, so I decided to make my way into the city by tram and explore. I managed to stop right outside the shopping hub, Rue Saint Catherine, where I may have done a little damage to the funds! The shopping hub is beautiful however. It is a 1.2km long pedestrian street, and is the main shopping street in Bordeaux. The streets are filled with people, and the shops are mostly ...
... infatuated with the food. We eventually proceeded onwards and made it into two antique shops and found a windmill and some nice stretches of water. In Marken we found lots of sheep and a closed clogs store, which was immensely disheartening. That night we went out to this jazz bar which was a riot, we ordered ordered a few (expensive) beers and listened to some quality music. The bassist's voice was phenomenal and the sax player was well versed. He had ...
... filled with drunks and a weird selection of homeless and the like. We didn’t venture much further into town and caught a bus back to the train station and walked back to Typhaine’s from there. It was only a few kms, but not the most pleasant walk really so would stick to the tram after that.
The next day we had hoped to find a free walking tour but the only ones we could find were all paid, so we found an itinerary online that covered off all of the ...