Novotel Biarritz Anglet
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... we had a great coastal walk, in search of la Vierge sur le rocher. We stopped at a café for hot drinks and directions. In addition to the directions, the owners offered us crêpes to share-we got to try their caramel, sugar, nutella and chocolate crêpes. Sweet! :) We had dinner on the way back to the hotel. We're doing great, and creating new friendships with our travel companions, a group from St. Louis, Missouri, and one from Colorado. Good ...
... around on the train. We were stopped for an hour. Yay....just long enough for us to miss our connection train and the last bus that would take us to where we were planning to stay, and the latest book in time. Perfect. Now we were a little worried. By the time we arrived in bayonne it was after 9 pm and everything was closed. We hopped in a taxi with our fingers crossed that someone would be at the camping place to let us ...
... hatted restaurants that any place on earth. But it also has a charm, a feeling that life is pretty good here. Of course it's Basque Country with its own distinctive language and no doubt a populace that is fiercely independent and protective of its culture. The surrounding landscape is fairly rugged and most likely this has contributed to its sense of independence. Franco, when in power, forbade the speaking of the Basque language but today it seems alive and well. ...
... for an annual fee...)
The information place has several dozen people cueing outside from 3pm until well into the early hours of the night. I decided to have my dinner, prepare everything for tomorrow and then cheekily arrive at the end.
I was aiming to buy some fruit for breakfast and dinner, but there are zero shops open on a Sunday apart from the tourist ones, ice cream parlours, cafes or crepe restaurants. Typical!
St Jean is effectively ...
... from Palaeolithic times (22, 000 years ago).
There was a festival once again (I have been so lucky with festivals throughout my travels) and a band and large 'puppets' paraded through the streets of San Sebastian to celebrate Basque day.
After 4 days of wandering the alleyways, relaxing and soaking up the magic of the town of San Sebastian and its surrounds, we were off via a very short train ride ...