Altica

Address: 10, Allee Cadran, 64600 , Anglet, Aquitaine, 64600, France | Hotel
 
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Travel Blogs from Anglet

Guest Speaker Response

A travel blog entry by jessicaamelia on Jun 12, 2015

... under Franco’s reign. Franco saw his success in the civil war as a reason to harshly punish the Basque for choosing to become autonomous rather than join forces with Franco. Because of this, Franco attempted to make the Basque culture disappear forever. Had the dictatorship of Franco been continued I wholeheartedly believe that Basque culture and language would simply be a thing of the ...

Off the beaten path!

A travel blog entry by sagedave on Apr 07, 2014

1 comment, 5 photos

... sitting on their nests and the incredible wild Basque horses.

We then went to a mill house to see how local corn was turned into Talos, a Basque style tortilla with local cheese and sausage. And then off to the cider house for dinner where we dined on local t-bones and sampled the locally made cider. All of which was fantastic!

The Basque people could not have been nicer and we could talk about it for hours and hours.


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Barcelona to San Sebastián.

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Aug 17, 2013

9 photos

... whose specialty was anchovies. We tried a few tasty tapas, called pintxos, in Euskara. That's right, there was another barrier I forgot to mention. While most people speak Spanish or French, the native Basque language is Euskara, which is what all the menus on the wall are written in. Our only saving grace, was that you could just walk up and grab most of your meal from the counter and deal with explaining what you had eaten in order to pay, later. So we ate a few ...

Day 8, Escource to Anglet

A travel blog entry by omarandleonard on Jul 30, 2013

2 photos

... during dinner my back tyre had deflated, the puncture finally reaching the inner tube. We patched the tyre as best as we could and cycled slowly to the closest bike shop. They had one tyre in stock that fitted my bike - it was 8 euros versus the 40 euro one I had on previously. It was intact though so it was good enough for now! We found a nice family friendly cycle path and followed it almost all the way to our lunch stop, ...

Andrew's Camino

A travel blog entry by andrewhorsey on Mar 01, 2013

35 comments, 12 photos

... to Bilbao tomorrow to continue on my pilgimage to Santiago. From Bilbao I shall take a bus to Burgos and probably start walking on Sunday as there are one or two things I want to see in Burgos before moving on. My aim is to reach Leon in 9 days and then to see how I feel. The weather looks good for the next week.


SATURDAY 20TH APRIL- BURGOS

I flew into Bilbao last night and spent the night there. At 8 am I caught the bus to BURGOS ...