Residence Maeva Eugenie
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The discussion about the bombing of Gernika was what I found most interesting about the guest speaker today. As the speaker mentioned, Gernika is a historical symbol of Basque culture and pride. It is for this reason that the fascist front chose to target it. What resonated with me most was the comparison of the reasoning behind attacking Gernika and 9/11. Unlike the typical military attacks, ...
... arena, not running through the streets). It made for some lively singing, dancing etc and continued through until Sunday night and even a few stragglers on Monday morning were trying to keep the party alive.
Biarritz is a stunning town heavily influenced by Spain but still having some amazing French Architecture and influences. Our apartment is right on the main beach in amongst the action which makes for a nice change after the seclusion of the last ...
... an amazing man. I will not tell his story, but if you want to be inspired, you should read his story, as well as the Story of Francis of Xavier and the other founding Jesuits. The evening concluded with traditional Basque food, and entertainment provided by some brave Xavier staff. Brian's interpretative dance was a highlight. Spain proved to be inspirational for me. To work at a school that is related to such a rich charism is a ...
Biarritz ( worth a google) was once the home of the rich and famous until the aristocracy lost their heads. Typical European beach insofar as deck chair rentals, skimpy bathing suits ( not that I was looking!) and much glamorous lazing in the sun with the heavy scent of coconut oil wafting on the sea breeze ... SPF 30+ must be a dirty word here ... Most of those on the beaches soaking up the clouds were the very pink Brits ...
... We walked up Mt Igeldo to get a few views and arrived just as the sky's opened so our timing was pretty good. So rather than walk down which would have been very pleasant we ended up using the funicular - that meant that we had a bit of time before the lunch time meals were over and we got a late lunch in a restaurant right on the front (A la Conche) which left us both full as anything and only able to walk slowly through the ...