Novotel Biarritz Anglet
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... all the tapas bars showcasing the famous pintxos, a collection of finger food items spread out on the bar. It was Friday night, and Donostia (the basque name of the city) felt very much alive and socially vibrant, as its inhabitants wandered the pedestrian streets to meet up with friends and start entering tapas bars to enjoy local delicacies in an upbeat atmosphere. (I think I'm starting to sound like a guidebook, better stop this blog soon). Anyhoos, I think I will come back to this ...
... somthing wrong with the water was really dirty. In Biarritz there is beautiful old houses, building and little huts with old shutters. I discovered I loved paella, but Isaac did not go past margarita pizza. In the middle of the sea there was a rock with a statue of Mary on it, and it was called the virgin rock. Then we had dinner, and went to ...
Our last full day in France! Last night was one of the nicest evenings we've had on this trip. We stayed with a lovely young couch surfing couple who cooked us a wonderful dinner, made us feel fully at home and even got up early this morning to give us breakfast. It was a really restful night and we set off feeling great this morning. The only slight problem was the inch long rent in my tyre that we discovered last night. With a ...
... 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 ...
After getting the hang of French road signs again while in France, and learning new ones in Spanish for the last month, we are suddenly confronted with signs in the Basque language. A language nothing like Spanish or French! A language you can't even make a guess at. Lots of k's, x's i's etc . It seems more like Finnish.
The Basque people are both in this area of Spain, and then ...
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