Mercure Bordeaux Cite Mondiale Centre de Congres
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We arrived bright and early after a long train trip to Bordeaux which is a nice town in the south of France with almost entirely medievil buildings which are heritage listed. We spent the first day checking out the sights which consisted of a grand palace, Place de la Victoire, Bordeaux cathedral, Pont de pierre and Basilica of St. Michael and the mirror water.
All these monuments ...
... As we can't help ourselves, we stopped into one of the quaint restaurants for a little bite. Despite wanting to order all that came past us, we settled for 2 entrees to share, the baked camembert and the duck terrine, along with a nice glass of local Bordeaux red. Back on the bikes we continued through the streets looking at the amazing architecture before heading home for the night.
With the late sunsets it's easy to forget what time it really ...
... area and spa on-board. The River Royale accommodates a max of 130 passengers but we were told only 98 passengers were aboard this trip.
We spent the night in Bordeaux and will travel tomorrow for our first destination. Our first dinner with JC and Pat aboard the River Royale was wonderful and we all look forward to exploring the Bordeaux wine country.
Opted for a quiet day, explored this sweet village, bought the breakfast baton, went for a lovely walk for a couple of hours, read, listened to Music on my iPod, sketched, watched a woodpecker getting his dinner and generally chilled. No driving, that was nice. Will go and explore the small villages nearby tomorrow, also time to go shopping, the fresh food is finished and the fridge is ...
I watched a man working in the vineyard whilst having breakfast. Now just imagine, you have a couple of hectares of vines, each vine planted about half meter apart, then you need to go to each vine and trim the growth that is superfluous. It looked like back breaking work as at the end of each row he stood up after being bent double for hours, needing to stretch. How is he going to find where ...