Food Neighbourhoods 128: Bordeaux, Chartrons
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2 April 2019
Photo: Adrian Scottow
We head to the photogenic Chartrons neighbourhood of Bordeaux, a destination for dining and strolling around historic streets while evading the tourists who flock to the downtown district.
2 April 2019
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