Novotel Biarritz Anglet
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Travel Blogs from Anglet
... he was from, because he was reading a book that I could not figure out the language. He leaned over to me and started talking in English and what turned into a short conversation turned into a 2 hour deep conversation about life.
I learned that Alvaro knows 8 languages on paper and can speak 6 fluently. He went to school for 14 years and has 2 masters degrees and lots of opinions of many things. With a man that interesting sitting beside me it ...
Just 15 km walk and 600 meters or so climb - we decided enough for day one ;) So stopping the night at the Valcarlos 'auberge' - Spanish for pilgrim's hostel - only hotel in this town not open till mid-March. Spending the afternoon reading in the little local cafe - ...
... and we were placed on a table by the toilets. On a plus point the waitress chased us down the street to let us know know that will had put a 100 euro note on the bill rather than a 10 euro note. Very honest of her, that meal could have turned out very expensive. The second night we ate in Txvleta which was the best meal we have had here to date. The service was second to none, food devious and priced very reasonably at 20 euros for the menu of the day, a ...
... in April is not as lively as it probably is during the summer months. We found most places shut down for the season however the walkabout along the beach was lovely as it gave us a good perspective of how beautiful this area is in the summer months. Playa de La Concha is quite a sheltered beach and very close to the Old Town \(Parte Vieja) of San Sebastian making it an ideal place to hang out and grab a drink on the many terraces that are in the ...
... sitting nodding at this one will no doubt basque in the glory.
The practical stuff:
The sea is surprisingly cold though Lyd says I'm just wimping out.
The beaches have been perfect sand for extensive fortresses and dams.
Ice cream is called 'Helados' and we're only averaging one a day so far.
The showers are hot.
The supermercado doesn't sell cheddar but S&R are coping with Edam.
The van is alive and well.
The kettle's whistle ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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