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In the last several years the port of the moon has seen a major upgrade. There is a great path that runs along it where you can go for a nice stroll, ride a bike, or go for a run. There are grassy patches where...More
Small stretch of land, full of history. Reflection of the ideas of the philosophers of the Enlightenment. Architecturally, a very symmetrical and coherent group of buildings with more listings than any other city in France, except Paris. And the wine ties the city to virtually...More
We walked along it from just even with the entrance to Old City all the way up to the Wine Museum. It was a nice walk with ships around, river scenes, cafes and lots of sights. We did the walk both days in Bordeaux.
The promenade by the waterfront is a nice place to stroll along both in day time or at night. Apart from viewing the ships on one side, you can also see the beautiful structures on the other side, particularly the City Mirror at night time.
Crescent shaped area of the Garonne, that has a promenade along the river that affords great views of the bridges and the facades of Old Bordeaux. This is a nice place to stroll during the day, and even better during the night. There are numerous...More
well, yes, you sure can see the moon from here. but there is no port and it has nothing to do with the moon. it's but a three miles long pedestrian highway along the river Garonne, nice to stroll, bike, skate... or just sit and...More
Port of the Moon is an interesting name, and until I read the reviews, I had no idea why it was called this. I think it's just a very nice area, a lovely stroll along the river, have lunch or a drink, do a little...More
The Port of the Moon is named after the shape of the river which resembles a half moon. There is a lovely promenade along the river. We started (coming from the Old Town) at the Pont de, we urned to the left to walk along...More