Le Grand Hotel de Bordeaux
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Despite severe wether the city still beautiful.
1. Noble, aristocratic town, 18 century neoclassical facades 2. Lunch 3. Stroll around 4. Hotel, swimming, hamam 5. Dinner in front of the opera 6. Opera
It's raining cats and dogs outside our bedroom window with huge puddles forming on the chateau's lawns, meaning our plan to walk off the excesses of dinner are replaced by a taxi to our first destination of the day; Chateau Villemaurine.
A vineyard in the very heart of Saint-Émilion, it was bought by a new family five years ago and given …
Umbrellas at the ready we tackle a morning stroll. Having been woken by the rain hammering down once more outside we're resigned to a thorough soaking but fortunately the drizzle isn't too fierce as we mooch around the city, taking in the views from the Pont de Pierre, checking out the markets and peeking into the St Michel cathedral, where we stop …
... sea was comfortably warm, quite a strange sensation.
We left Bordeaux on the 13th of September, taking the return journey a little slower, stopping for the night at a quiet aire in a small town half way between Bordeaux and Autry Issards, the name of which slips my mind. There was power and water all for a suggested fee of 3 euros, which we were advised to put through the letterbox of a house nearby. There were no toilets, however there was a swimming pool adjacent, closed ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Grand Hotel de Bordeaux
Worth every penny, from the very fist step like to come back.
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