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Bordeaux TRIP

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Me and my girlfriend will be shortly leaving for Bordeaux.
1st of September till 11 of September is the time we will be spending there. We intend to use Bordeaux as a base for our trips. Naturally we wish to experience Bordeaux itself too.

But my questions would be the following:
1) What would be best options for rental and transportation through Bordeaux and surrounding areas.
2) Where would you recommend us planning our trips to and maybe by what means in what order...
3) We were maybe thinking going to North Spain Basque country and or Toulouse for a day as well, how realistic is it and how to plan that trip?

In general we are young and carefree so we are open to any suggestions you may have. Guide us to any town, place where you think it would be neat and you would do yourself had you been in our situation.
The only thing to keep in mind is, that we are young, come from a small country of Slovenia and therefor dont really have that big of a budget or rather money, but at the same time, we are not the type which needs to go and look at museums and pay those tickets, neither do we need "fancy" foods or need to use transportation for every km we do etc...so I guess there is some money to save some money there heh.

Please be creative, direct and open minded.

I am really really thanking you all in advance for taking the time to reply to this post and for the effort you spent by writing it.

Kind regards

Lan

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