Bordeaux is one of the most famous cities in all of France. Located on the west Atlantic coast this city is marvelous. With only a quarter of a million people in the city and around 1.2 million in the metropolitan area this city is not overwhelming. With a charming old town and a long history no one ever complains about Bordeaux.
Från Bordeaux reseguide
We left Chenonceaux bound for Bordeaux and up until now we had become accustomed to the small quaint old French country village look and feel, Bordeaux changed this. The really neat thing about many ...
Posted in Exploring with Transits and Treasures by sethnmon
Today we dropped our car off at the Europecar, hopped on the plane to Paris then caught a bus to the train station. We had lunch there which took about 45mins and waited another 2-3 hours for the train to come. We got on the train to go to Bordeaux, that took another 3 hours, we reached Bordeaux at about 7 ...
Posted in Matt on tour by mattdyson
We took a train from Saint Malo to Bordeaux, passing through Rennes and Nantes. When arriving in Bordeaux, we took a tram to our accommodation - ResidHotel - which turned out to be a relatively cheap little apartment with a kitchenette. Bordeaux definately has more of a Mediterranean feel, and had some ...
Posted in Our 2010 Europe trip by CJTaylor