Premiere Classe Bordeaux Est-Lormont
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... is very pleasant, and has some interesting bridges crossing the Garonne River.
The odd thing i have noticed here in Bordeaux is the lack of bakeries. On nearly ever corner in Lyon there was a bakery, here they seem scarce.
By late afternoon the sky greys up and it starts to rain, only lightly.
The next few days are beautiful sunny days. Wandering the streets and the river walk is very pleasant. The city has a certain buzz to ...
It's 11.30 pm, and Amr is already asleep next to me, but must write up today before I forget. We woke this morning, a cloudless perfect morning, as was predicted, and suddenly found life was good, and we could cope with a city and people and traffic and cyclists....thank goodness. It WAS good to take as long as we wanted in the morning, and not have to be all packed up and bags ready by 8 am. And when we set off, we found that Bordeaux is a fabulous city! We packed ...
... A magnificent old church formed the backdrop. Within this cultural circle was an old, outwardly unimpressive cafe and run down looking patisserie. These two places provided us with a genuine, authentic, non touristy French culinary experience. The most amazing cappuccino and pastries you could imagine served by gentlemen who where so French. (funny that)
There were a couple more ...
... by its high-spirited university-student population (not to mention 2.5 million tourists annually), La Belle Bordeaux now scarcely seems to sleep at all."
On our last evening we attended a sound and light show in the neighbouring town of Castillon la Bataille, where the cast of seven hundred re-enacted the 100 years war culminating in the Battle of Castillon, complete with live animals (lots of horses ridden ...
... Place St Julien after the adjacent hospital that ministered to lepers and victims of the plague. Coming down Rue St Catherine, you enter through the Port D’Aquitaine. This monumental triumphal arch was built in the mid 1700’s to replace the Porte Saint Julien, one of the original gates in Bordeaux’s medieval walls.
I took a different route back, going down Cours Pasteur which took me past Muse d’Aquitaine. Entry is free, and considering the ...