Mercure Bordeaux Cite Mondiale Centre de Congres
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... with plenty of people out enjoying the weather. The area where i am staying has a middle east culture, where there are a few bazaar's and markets. Makes for an interesting change.
No i did not go and visit some of the biggest wineries in Europe near Bordeaux, i dont have any interest in wine any more. Plus a lot of the Chateau's had retail outlets in the city.
What a great part of France, really nice polite people living in a great city.
... We saw the Garonne way back at Moissac, when we were walking by the canal, and it was the river beside Auvillar, but now it is enormous! And tonight, after calling back at the hotel to change and drop our purchases, we went out to a fantastic brasserie that Amr had read about and been recommended. Another quite long walk - Amr announced that we had walked 20 kms today round the city, so I guess our legs don't really know that we have finished our real ...
... their affection for Bordeaux. Their description......."like Paris, only cheaper and quieter." So after a good sleep in a bed that actually contained my long frame, we took to the streets for a Bordeaux adventure.
Euro Tip Trip #5
When travelling, don't expend too much energy only seeing the main tourist sights. Like life itself, relax and enjoy the adventure. We spent so much ...
... lunch we went back to the harbour for our winery tour. We saw Chateau Pichon Longueville Comtesse De Lalande and Chateau Margaux and Chateau Palmer and we stopped at Chateau du Taillan for a tour and tasting of red and white wines. We bought a rose for 5 Euro and a 2011 red for 14 Euro. The tour went from 2.30-6.30pm. We ate dinner on the ship then back into Bordeaux for some night life and a beer and famous French apple citre ...
... were considered enemies of the Revolution and were beheaded via guillotine. We then walked a couple of blocks over to the Jardin Public and walked around the lovely garden and space. It was a very miniature version of Central Park, with a tranquil lake, open grassy area, and children playing on the playground.
After lunch we embarked on our first ship excursion to St. Emilion, which is a UNESCO World Heritage site. There was a man on the bus that was talking on ...