Residence Maeva Victoria Surf Multivacances
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... after going through some small town diversions. The bus driver even got lost for a short period! From the bus stop in Biarritz it was easy to find our hotel. By this time we were starving, so we dropped our bags off and headed across the road to a recommended burger joint. We could understand why they were recommended, because they were absolutely delicious. They even had a duck burger! We did find out ...
... By 11.50am I'm am amazed that we drive right past the walls of Zargoza city to go to a service station 15km further for our lunch stop. We have a picnic of muesli bars fruit and beer. Scenery is now dry agriculture (mainly olives) with some irrigation and gradually flatter as we get to Catalonia. Arrived at our Barcelona, Pullman Skipper hotel at 4.30pm. We have a good size room and bathroom with separate shower and bath tub and, after ...
... we expended some energy by river paddling one day - fortunately there wasn't much white water as the water levels were low - and hiking in the hillside the next day. We spotted some semi-wild horses and goats in the slopes when we went paddling down the river and saw many more horses grazing on the hillside while we were on our hike the next day. Sahra was thrilled to get the bonus of 'wild' horses ...
... have a glass of wine, only beer. So I helped myself and in the process had a "conversation" with the local waiter basically saying in no uncertain terms that I'm would be only too happy to talk with management.
We then went in search of the shuttle bus back to the Ibis Hotel only to hop onto the bus back to Barcelona and almost got an 9hr ride instead.
So to be honest this race was a bit of a ...
... Paris to Irun, someone would say "Mademoiselle, you are in my seat" and I would have to wait until the train began to move again before taking the ever eluding spare seat!
On arrival to Irun, we boarded a connecting train to San Sebastian. We then took a taxi (we had had enough of navigating this continent for ourselves for one day) to our camping site. We were astonished how quickly the culture changed between the border of France and Spain. I know a ...