Residence Les Grands Pins
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... centre for 2 hours free time. Wandered around and enjoyed a walk through really old city. Picked up and taken to hotel which is lovely. Dinner at hotel which was night. Tomorrow 5.30 wake up call for train to Paris. So far we have travelled 6,915 kilometres in the ...
"Once in the glass as dark as blood the Bordeaux seems almost as though it is a living thing." During the night we came through the Bay of Biscay and into the River La Garonne. We arrived 4.30am and left at 2am next morning. Vera went on a panorama bus tour in the morning. Ron and I did our own walking tour in the old city. We got a guide book from the tourist information. We walked to Monument Aux Girondins (Liberty Breaking ...
... covered in scaffolding because, section by section, it too is being powerwashed to remove the grime.
That evening, we were invited to a special event sponsored by the cruise company.
We were driven by bus to Château Giscours, a beautiful winery about 45 minutes outside Bordeaux.
En route, we learned about the various nearby wine growing regions.
Our guide explained that the French prefer to label their ...
We awoke not yet sure what we would do today. However, I was feeling very under the weather. Probably the fact that I had tried to ignore by cold did not help. Had I been home, I definitely would have spent the day in bed. But on holiday, it felt like such a waste. Because I was sick and so much was closed in Bordeaux anyway as it was a Sunday, we decided to travel to Paris one day early. We checked with Stephanie, who ...
... as far as Bordeaux (will take us about 2 weeks), and then cut across back over to pick up the Atlantic Coast bike route we left at the biggest sand-dune in Europe two days ago. This part of our trip will see us cycling along the Canals Deux Mers, the Canals of the Two Seas, connecting Bordeaux on the Atlantic and Sete on the Mediterranean by the: Canal Lateral a la Garonne, The Canal du Midi, and also the River Garonne.