Novotel Bordeaux Centre
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Cool start with breakfast in the dining room then a short stroll to the tourist office and got the little train tour around town $7 euro and took another an hour thirty. Shopped for Linnie's shoes and I ended up with a jumper and T shirt, while Linnie continues looking. Late lunch on the boat then tried unsuccessfully to hire a bike. too hard.... So ...
Docked right on town. 32c today. Jogged to train station to get train to St Emilion but missed it and 2 hour wait so got tram back to old town. All buildings here are post 1945 due to totally bombed in WW 2. Took train to St Emilion (45mins) only one crowded carriage. Then walked to town, about 1.5Km. Wow, a great winery area and medieval town. We walked up the steep hill to the cathedral and called ...
Today we are sailing to Bordeaux France weather beautiful indoors sitting in sun but cold and windy on deck weren't allowed out this morning to rough an windy. Thought I would give it a go without the tablets as no tours today guess what will be taking them from now on when we are at sea. Meet a couple from Port Macquarie yesterday the closest we have meet to Coffs. Did own thing today walked and walked Bordeaux seen exclusive and ...
... banks of Bordeaux and is made up of 17 arches, supposedly one arch for every letter of Napoleon Bonaparte’s name. We continued on to the Church of St. Michel where we detoured around construction equipment and fencing to the Rue Ste. Catherine, which claims to be the longest pedestrian street in France. It is lined with cafes and shops. Parts of this street were a bit run down. At one end is the Place de la Victoire, which was built during a time of expansion of ...
The streets are pristine, wide, clean and white stone. There are lots of green parkways along the river and squares and today a large P & O cruise liner was moored at the entrance to the city square. We sat in a quaint french cafe and managed to be understood enough to order delicious quiche, coffee and apple cake and then we wandered the city streets and checked out the shop fronts, restaurants and bars. ...