Mercure Bordeaux Cite Mondiale Centre de Congres
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... 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 ...
... 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 ...
... so then it became a "deal." Really, we just were excited about pancakes. Then we headed over to the library which was ABSOLUTELY gorgeous I was jealous of the public who can use it. There was even a radio room, music recording room, media room, among your basic library needs. It was just all eloquently organized and I was loving it. We also had the opportunity to go to dinner with Aiden's mom's friend, Lillian, who was delightful. She is a traveling ...
... town just outside Bordeaux. Cousin Pete had also suggested we head out to take a look so we went down to the train station to sort some tickets the next morning. Trains were a total nightmare. Jason managed to get a guy with no English to show him how to get tickets on the very confusing ticket machine that only served some local trains (easily the most complicated one we’ve had), and then went to the platform to jump on our train with about 10 minutes to spare. ...
... He offered a trial of the goose pate too. Kyria and I swiftly walked across to another shop lest we be asked to try it but the boys went in to have a taste. Eli offended the guy by saying the goose pate was better. The duck pate is made in their family but the goose pate isn’t. The guys response was 'It’s not better, it’s just preference" in his French accent! Then he got the guys to try some cognac where Eli managed to slightly offend him again. ...