Mercure Bordeaux le Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... by a woman and mainly girls lived in it over the years, one of them extended the castle to build a ballroom and gallery over the bride connected to the back and also one of the gardens. This is by far my favourite château I would have loved to have lived in it or at least attended a ball there. In the afternoon we head to Bordeaux, we get in around 6.30 ...
Our next stop was Bordeaux, where we stayed in a very ghetto hotel, with a nautical themed bedroom. It was a sharp contrast from the luxury in Spain, but we couldn't complain! Our first impressions of Bordeaux were that it was a giant dump, but it turns out that we were just staying in the really bad part of town. After we emerged from this area, we found an amazing city! There are huge squares with ...
... was a tool kit and we are sure that it has saved us a fortune already and made things more comfortable. We headed out for a bike ride today after spending the morning fine-tuning the storage in the van and doing the “housework” congratulating ourselves that everything on the van is in excellent working order.
Actually there is one thing that is not working and that is the “Braven” - small but very good speakers that connect ...
I climbed the biggest sand dune in Europe today. The dune has a volume of about 60,000,000 m³, measuring around 500 m wide from east to west and 2.7 km in length from north to south. Its height is currently 110 metres above sea level. Shame ...