After Bordeaux I jumped on the train for the two hour and eleven minute train ride through the French countryside to Toulouse.
I checked into my hotel mid afternoon and then decided to head out for some drinks and a feed. However, being a Saturday, I found my options around the hotel to be rather limited but I found a place that was open so headed out for a beer at a place called La Mécanique des Fluides.
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It was time for a pre dinner drink and maybe dinner so I headed back into the centre of Bordeaux and settled into The Frog & Rosbif. It’s a really nice pub in a 16th centrury women’s prison!
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After getting back into central Bordeaux from the Cité du Vin on the ferry and having a bit of a walk around the centre of the city I started feeling a little thirsty so I pulled out my phone to look for a pub that was open.
Google maps pointed me towards a place close to the river called The Charles Dickens which is part of a chain on pubs across France.
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I think I’ve been here several years when the bar / restaurant was called something else.
London House looks over busy Salsibury Road onto Victoria Harbour and over to Causeway Bay.
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After our disappointing laksas we walked to Russell Street and went to the Melbourne Whisky Room which is the upstairs part of Whisky and Alement.
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