Residence Maeva Mer et Golf
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Today we caught the bus from Plaza de Basque in Bayonne, and had a 2 hour trip to San Sebastián. This area straddling the western border between France and Spain, was once one combined region, populated by the Basque people. They have their own language and building style, and are very culturally distinct from other areas of both countries. The street signs are often written in French, Spanish and Basque, which is a huge help for us, not!!
The country ...
... way through to return the bike and it was raining. When I got to the end of the old quarter there were policy everywhere - it all seemed calm but there was a big police percentage. I then noticed police on top of the building opposite - it reminded me of snipers but they were not at all hiding their presence. I had no idea what was going on. Whe I returned to the wine tasting I explained what was happening on the boulevard - the Queen of Spain was visiting. At the end of ...
... And there was. We quickly booked in and scrounged together some dry pasta, a tomato, some lettuce and some spices, and ate a quick "dinner" before we set up the tent in what was becoming quite dark.
We slept well and woke in time to be some of the first people at breakfast with was included. Baguettes, jam, yoghurt, and bowls of coffee with a sign on the machine saying no cups only bowls.
After our bellies finally ...
... best" coffee in San Sebastián. Of course we had 2!! We then wandered to the beach and strolled along the shore with a million other tourists of all ages, all shapes & dressed, or not, in skimpy bikinis. It was great!! So beautiful, so comfortable & so interesting. There are so many geriatrics here, so many children, so many wheelchairs, so many toasted bodies, so many wrinkles & so much exposed skin. We walked to the old Jewish ...
... priest from Connecticut, a young couple from Nova Scotia, and a gregarious senior gentleman returning from Switzerland on his second Camino. Already we are wondering if our paths will cross again after today.
By the way, yes, that's me (Deb) in the photos. Last week I donated 12" of hair to Locks of Luv for cancer wigs and reduced my backpack weight by getting rid of hair products! I have purposely not posted pictures because I have not told Allen yet. Ha ...