Bordeaux is a fascinating city: its cultural and culinary diversity, its ancient eventful history and its vibrant life make it unique. It is also a real favorite for wheelchair users. We looked at them for one day and tell you about our highlights!
The covered wagon bumps through the draining water, the fresh air containing iodine blows around our noses. Shortly afterwards we reach the Île Madame, a small tidal island in the Atlantic Ocean. Rare herbs such as mud grass, sea fennel, smyrnium olusatrum and quellers thrive there in the largely untouched nature. And here we are […]
On approach, I slowly open my eyes. Looking outside, I immediately get a thought: Did we catch a plane to New York…? Maybe I should have spent some time in researches on Toronto before, otherwise the gigantic scale of the Golden Horseshoe, from which countless skyscrapers rise, wouldn’t be this surprising. With the unboarding our […]
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