Girls of the night in bordeaux
A weekend in Bordeaux! What on Earth could be better considering there are so many things to do in Bordeaux, France? Bordeaux was always one of the top cities on my France bucket list, so I decided to spend an entire weekend in this magical, relaxing place! While I had 3 days in Bordeaux, you could stay for just 2 nights if you are in a rush to discover some other cities in France, or 4 if you prefer a slower pace of travel. If you want to create an itinerary with all the places I am recommending in this article, here is a useful Bordeaux tourist map that you can use:.
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It is very reminiscent of a smaller Paris. I met an online friend there, and discovered this lovely little city. This is the day that I met my online pal, Jill Colonna in person! Both of us were born in Scotland less than two years apart, but Jill now lives in Paris and as you know, I live in LA. Although it was early, it was already getting warm.
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For hours I walked into shops and boutiques, people watching, and photo taking. I had the opportunity to take a tram from the restaurant to my hotel but instead I decided to walk. After hours of rain it had finally stopped and the city glowed. Traffic was slow and trams moved about shuttling passengers around. Disclosure: I was the blogger of choice by Atout France and their partners to share the Bordeaux wine experience with you.
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