Residence du Port
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... revealing, Lascombe is a lovely chateaux with vineyards dotted around the nearby countryside. Its red, as with many wines in the Medoc region is made up of Canbernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdun. They used to have roses at the end of every row of grapes as this sensitive plant was used to divine the condition of the grapes. We have seen this all over france but did not know why till then. They also used to put in egg whites ...
... shape the wood so that no glue would be needed to make them. Then it was time to taste the wine. Ben and Jon got to taste some drops of wine as well. Ben and Jon liked the smell but didn't like the taste! After our tour, we went to the Blaye Carnival. First, Ben and Jon went on a Jake and the Neverland Pirates ride. They had lots of fun. Next, Ben and Jon played a game where they had to shoot guns to ...
... and Daddy loved all the special gardens that had to be seen from high up which had love hearts, daggers and wings! Ben and Jon also loved the catfish in the most and the woods. Ben drew a picture of the maze. After a great visit, we then headed off to Blaye. We went to the Citadel of Blaye. It was constructed to protect the French ...
... the boulevard back to base and get ready to depart.
We were on the road later than normal at 14:20 and our target was an Aire in the Bordeaux region not far off the motorway near Blaye.
We decided to stop at another Aire at St. Paul de Blaye as there was electricity there at 55 mins for €2.00 to charge electronics.A small shop across the road has the jetons (tokens) for the service point and cold beer for the driver later. After all that it was onto the night stop ...
... in tasting these so had to find some that had 'Blanc, Rose et Rouge'. After travelling a number of kilometres along narrow country roads we found our first winery only for it to be closed for lunch (12.30 to 2.30) and a very impatient wife banging the plates in the kitchen to indicate to the husband that his lunch was on the table! The second one we got a better reception both from the dog ...