Bordeaux Diary: Dressed in red, white and black

BORDEAUX got it right when it came to public transport. Just three euros per day on the tram system during Euro 2016. At Grand Parc station we bumped into an artist who was taking her painting of a ball disguised as a globe to an exhibition. She was hoping to find a buyer. “Bonne chance,” we said as she got off with her huge canvas. It was Tuesday and the town centre was buzzing. At 10am, Austrians were dominating the bars and cafes, quaffing Heineken at a special Euro 2016 price of EUR 5 for a large plastic “glass”. Rousing … Continue reading Bordeaux Diary: Dressed in red, white and black