Novotel Bordeaux Le Lac
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Travel Blogs from Bordeaux
... of nice beaches along this route with white sand, it's almost like being on holiday ,almost . I haven't seen many people ,French or otherwise .its like everyone just vanished ,like in those zombie films I'm kind of expecting zombies to come walking out of the barn with there arms out .....maybe not ! A good bit of news was that I Discovered lidle sell bags of pain au cocolait 12 in one bag !! Pain au cocolait 32 Pain au raised ...
... houses inhabited by widows, rather like English alms houses I suppose. All the houses are on the outside of a green area and it is very peaceful, no groups allowed and notices up asking for respect and quiet. We did some more exploring and then joined up for afternoon tea at one of the many tea rooms. We dined at Belle Epoche once more and then home ...
After meandering through the Medoc Peninsular and the outskirts of Bordeaux we arrived in the beautiful little town of Saint Emilion. We have definitely taken some back roads and passed our fair share of farm machinery, trailers and some weird looking tractors on stilts that are spraying the vines. Just a note on the vines they seem smaller than ours and the trunks are less than a metre in height and the vines don't seem to be tessellated like ours. I have been ...
... sat down for a leisurely lunch. Soon it was time for us to pack our bags and head to the train station.
It’s known to be a good base if you want to explore the wine region but this didn’t feature in our itinerary. We originally had two days dedicated to Bordeaux but we ran out of time and had to cut it short. In the end though, the few hours we spent there seemed good ...
... not somewhere I’d want to spend more than a day but it has its attraction - a very old town, the centre still retains many medieval wooden houses, jutting out over cobbled streets. Additionally there’s a beautiful cathedral (1 of the 17 I’ve seen just in Europe), a few other pretty old buildings and an artisan’s district which still contains the shops of several luthiers (whom I stood and watched working on lutes and violins), so I was ...
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