Premiere Classe Bordeaux Lac

Rue du Prof. Georges Jeanneney, Quartier du Lac, Bordeaux, Aquitaine, 33300, France
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Opening Hours

by Athenefishb

Bonjour! I'm planning to spend a weekend in Bordeaux and St. Emilion during August, and am wondering if places and restaurants open at normal hours on Sunday. Can anyone help?

RE: Opening Hours

by Mique

St emilion is rather touristy and yes restaurants will be open so will many shops be. For bordeaux i don't know about the shops but i think most will be closed on a sunday. Restaurants of course are open. Although i don't know what you will call normal hours.

RE: RE: Opening Hours

by Athenefishb

Thanks for your quick reply ;-) By normal hours i mean like 10am to 5pm. I supposed that museums and wineries in St. Emilion would stay open on Sunday as well?

RE: RE: Opening Hours

by Mique

As far as i know they do. Restaurants might have a different schedule though from the 10 to 5 hours :-)

RE: RE: Opening Hours

by mariev

Hello,
Standard hours for french restaurants are
11h30 (for those serving very early), generally 12h to 15h for lunch
and 19h-19h30 to 22h30-23h for dinner

RE: Opening Hours

by Beausoleil

Hi. Don't count on restaurants staying open in the afternoon after 2:00 PM (14:00). They are usually open from noon until 2:00; close until at least 5:00 and sometimes as late as 7:00 (19:00). We have discovered we can eat without a reservation if we go right when they open. Otherwise, it's a good idea to reserve. (Obviously, if you are still eating, they do not throw you out at two; you just can't be seated and order.)

My husband usually gets hungry about 2:05 and we've missed lunch a few times in France.

As mentioned above, St. Emilion is a major tourist attraction so there will be restaurants open on Sunday and probably through the afternoon closing times also. Bordeaux will undoubtedly have restaurants open on Sunday but they may close early and not reopen in the evening so if you are in Bordeaux, you might want to eat your large meal at noon. We usually do that anyway because it tends to save money. 8^)

Ch√Ęteau de Roques in Puisseguin has a lovely restaurant and is not far from St. Emilion if you are looking for good restaurants.

Travel Tips for Bordeaux

Grosse Cloche. Clock Mechanism

by bugulma

Clock was constructed some later, in the end of XVII century. It's better to have a look at the mechanism in the day light, of course. I haven't any idea whether clock bells nowadays, in any way I didn't hear that.

Bus

by Gypsystravels

We didn't use the bus service while exploring Bordeaux, but we did come across many buses lined up here near the Palais du Justice. Apparently this area is a depot for bus service in and around Bordeaux.

Cathedral St.-Andre: The South Transept Portal

by hquittner

The portal has a flat top below which is a large Rose window . Under that is a row of eight lancet windows. The statues on the jambs are gone, but there are fine bas-reliefs at the bases of female figures (what do they symbolize?). Along the nave end of the south side are irregularly distributed massive blocks that serve as buttresses with "flying" arcs that support the nave (there are more on the north) added when it was feared the roof would collapse.

The Great Bell

by ceswho

The Great Bell which was the town Bellfry as far back as the 15th century when it stood between the parish church of St. Ely and now the Town Hall, has rung out the passage of time for the people of Bordeaux for many years. The clock dates from 1759, by astronomer- Larroqque, was replaced the one dating from 1567 by Ramond Sudre. It stands 133 ft high, consists of two interconnected round towers dominated by the golden leopard at the top. It replaced the old St. Ely Gate that opened onto the 13th century ramparts and was used by pilgrims on their way
to Santiago de Compostella.

Moscow - Bordeaux

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

Bordeaux is the capital of Aquitania. By virtue of specificity of the historical past the city has tested the strongest English influence. Though up to the sea is about 100 kilometers, it is one of the greatest ports at Atlantic.
Bordeaux is famous as a city of neo-classic architecture with wide prospectuses and well-groomed parks, which give it a charm of the XVII century. Victor Hugo, amazed by its magnificence, compared Bordeaux with Versailles and Antwerpen.

It is caused by the fact that proceeding through the city Garonne forms long enough gulf - Gironde.
Bordeaux, first of all, associates with the name of corresponding wines, in fact this city is one of world capitals of vintage wines.

The city was been established by Romans in the III century approximately in 100 km from the Atlantic coast. This place was the nearest to the ocean where it was possible to construct the bridge through Garonne.
From 1154 till 1453 the city was in board of Plantagenet and Englishmen. Then Aquitania was won and attached to France.

During the revolution deputies from Bordeaux formed the group known as girondists. They made the majority in legislative assembly and Convent during several months. They were accused of plot against the revolution and 22 persons were executed.

Bordeaux was the capital of France three times. The first time - during Franco-Prussian war 1870-1871. The second time - in the beginning of the First World war. The third time - in 1940 before the new French government was proclaimed.

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