Premiere Classe Biarritz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Spent 2 days in Bordeaux and it was beyond the beyond. It was voted the best place to live and
best place to work in France......it is wealthier than Paris! Needless to say we were impressed
by it's beauty and charm. Just outside of Bordeaux, we toured the medieval village of St. Emilion, known for it's red wine vineyards and ...
... the waterfront then had a wine at a local bar. In our hotel room (Insight coach tours give us single beds again!) at 4pm and back on the bus at 5.30 for the local tour followed by a "dine around dinner" at 8pm. Ate at the "Fabric Restaurant" one of the best meals of our holiday. Later, when back in our hotel room, we watch holland thrash Spain in the soccer world cop 2014 - score 5-1. Holidays are hard work! 14/6/14. Saturday. Leave the ...
... s exactly what we got! a sofa bed and barely room to swing a cat but nice and clean and a lovely patio with a sea view.. dumped the gear and headed into town for a much needed beer followed by a bimble along the sea front and a fantastic pizza. nice stroll back and retired to to sofa, i mean bed for a good kip
... making the most of each day.
All daily highlights videos from both Alps and Pyrenees are here in a consolidated package, in reverse order of stages. Beware if you are watching the Stage 6 Pyrenees video (second clip) that the featured female rider is the one who didn't win that day and then pulled out. I think the media team might have put all their eggs in the wrong basket. http://www.hauteroutepyrenees.org/en/mu ltimedia
We are starting to get home sick. Although amazing, travelling is extremely challenging. It is hard not knowing where to go all of the time. The language barrier makes it very difficult and we are finding that we are heavily relying on the locals knowing basic English to help us find our way around. I would like to learn more French but we are planning on taking the train to Spain today for the San Fermines festival (Running with the Bulls!!!). We are not sure how ...