Bordeaux

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  1. Gonewiththewind

    Gonewiththewind Read Only Funster

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    What is Bordeaux like in winter. Not bothered too much about sun but do want warmth.

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    Our experience over the last five years is that Southern France on average gets too cold from mid November onwards.

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    When I spent a year in Toulouse many moons ago, It was bitterly cold in winter and not much fun!
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    In Bordeaux last October,it was freezing down in the valleys dry but definately freezing.
     
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    Toulouse is much further East, and nearer to the Pyrenees. Just thought that with Bordeaux being a grape growing region, that it would be a little warmer. Never mind, it will have to be Spain. Its just that reports are that the Spanish Authorities are not very friendly to wards Motor homers.
     

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