Premiere Classe Bordeaux Ouest - Eysines
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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.
... into our one day here. First, we stumbled on a good coffee place. Important. So after that we just popped into a boulangerie and each got a pastry. Then we went on a tour of exploration and saw so much. Many huge and beautiful churches - one, St Michel with a tall bell tower that we climbed and from the top had a panoramic view of the whole area. And we had fun in Galeries Lafayette where finally I found the Chanel perfume refills that I wanted that don't ...
... decadence when dining out in Bordeaux. The food was amazing (although we did pass on the frogs legs and snails)
Fran tells me the Bordeaux shopping was wonderful.
Well, how does Bordeaux compare with Paris?
Will let you know very soon.
I am a long black drinker, so probably not the best judge of a cappuccino.
We found a good spot and got settled, relaxed for a bit, the weather was sunny and about 27 and later on we prepared a pasta. Than we walked to the nearby village of Cayac where we discovered an ancient "gite" where from the 13th century travelers to Compostella could eat and sleep. Even now you can eat and sleep for 10 €. Is this a sign that we'll have to do it ? .... We had a drink on a terrace a little further and than ...
After my successful encounter with the French rail system I walked to the tourist office on Cours de XXX Juillot (which is near the beautiful neo-classical opera house) and bought a ticket for the 11.15 “petit” tourist train. This takes you on a one hour tour around central Bordeaux and offers a running commentary in the language of your choice (as long as the language of your choice isn’t, say, Latvian or Swahili).
Just around ...