Pullman Bordeaux Lac
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Clean, comfortable, but a long way from anywhere....
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Left our Paris hotel at 8am for the day's drive south to Bordeaux. Approx 600km from Paris. We stopped at Chateau de Chenonceau in the Loire Valley. It is a 16th Century castle which is built on (over) the River Cher. The gardens are magnificent. The estate also has many other 16th Century farm buildings and acres of vegetable & flower gardens …
... to the camping to watch some "Vikings". 1st Today we were going to visit Bourdeaux. Really well organized here to keep cars out of town. We were send to a closed parking at the outskirts where we payed 4.50€ for the whole day plus we got two return tickets with the tram into the centre of town, perfect no ? Wish they'd be so clever in our towns !! Anyway we got off at a point near the river where we could walk back via ...
... before returning for lunch. For lunch, we had the bread we bought in the morning with leftover meats and tomatoes etc from our shop when we travelled here. We then decided to head down to the lake, where we bumped into the English people opposite us on the campsite. Dad, Max, Tristan (the little boy from opposite, aged 6) and I hired out a pedalo boat (with a slide) and took it ...
Today we spent the whole day at the Lac. However, we didn't go down until later as it was very hot in the midday sun (as you can see, Dad fell asleep in the sun, big mistake.) Once it had cooled down a bit, we headed down to the Lac where we set out our towels in the shade and soaked up some sun. After we spent the day at the lake, we watched X-Men ...
High in the hills, over looking a beautiful valley and a river, my friends treated me to a beautiful lunch at a elegant restaurant specializing in homemade, locally grown and raised cuisine. Not the type of place a tourist would find being high up in the hills. The view, the company and the food -beyond words. I thought I ate well in Italy but France has been a whole new gastronomic ...