Villa Prémayac

Address: 13 rue Premayac, Blaye, Aquitaine, 33390, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 rue Premayac, Blaye, is near Fort Medoc.
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    Heading west to Bordeaux

    A travel blog entry by brenton-alan on Nov 04, 2015

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    Another long bus ride, but the lovely green scenery made the time pass quickly. The bus company i used this time is punctual, and arrives on time.
    The first day out starts out as a lovely day, so plenty of walking to be done. Bordeaux is so different to Lyon. The buildings seem to be a lot older. I am impressed at what i see, and the more i explore the more impressed i am. It is a very low rise city due to the weakness of the subsoil. The ...

    An amazing day in Bordeaux

    A travel blog entry by rosiemarzouk on Oct 14, 2015

    1 comment, 15 photos

    ... anywhere but France. Plus we went into a Basque chocolate shop, a specialty food shop, the Maison du Vin which was a sort of formal wine bar where you could have a glass of a selection of fabulous wines. Also we found the Musée des Beaux Arts and spent some time there. And we walked half way across the bridge - Bordeaux is near the mouth of the Garonne. It is huge here, and will be joined by the Dordogne river, before they both combined flow into the ...

    Paris without being in Paris

    A travel blog entry by dazza3107 on Sep 28, 2015

    3 photos

    ... A magnificent old church formed the backdrop. Within this cultural circle was an old, outwardly unimpressive cafe and run down looking patisserie. These two places provided us with a genuine, authentic, non touristy French culinary experience. The most amazing cappuccino and pastries you could imagine served by gentlemen who where so French. (funny that)

    There were a couple more ...

    Pretty gardens, an ancient cave, and a Citadel

    A travel blog entry by cpeirson on May 20, 2014

    29 photos

    ... we saw charming limestone houses built by 19th century ship captains. Many of the captains traveled to far-off locations and returned with exotic plants, which they planted in their gardens and along the road, hence the route's name. People have inhabited this area for thousands of years. We hiked up a hillside and saw an ancient cave dwelling complete with art carved out of limestone.



    A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Oct 09, 2013

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    ... s weekly market day so we had a look through there too. We then headed out on our wine tasting tour. The first chateau we went to was called Chateau Marquis de Vauban and was quite close to town. We wandered through the vineyard and also through the areas where they ferment and barrel the wine. We then tried a few different ones from some of their best years (being 2001, 2005 and 2009). After that we went ...