B & B Hotel Bayonne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this blog, but I think this will suffice. I'm not sure how often we will write here, or feel like writing here, but check back, and we may have updated something every couple of weeks. We set out on the Camino De Santiago Compostella on Tuesday, which will be a month or so of hiking. With that being the case, don't be surprised if we don't have much to say. If you like, flick us an email instead. Please help yourself to the selfies Bridget forced upon me. Until then. ...
... The cured ham is much like the prochutto we have back home but not salty.
The basque country as you can see from the image covers a small area predominantly in the north of spain and a small area in the southwest of France. The basque people had their own language which is now not commonly used, it was considered by the education system to be unsuitable for being taught.
When we arrived it was overcast and rainy, a perfect day for Ainoa to ...
... mainly up and down 100- 200 foot climbs, finding them do-able on the whole as long as no-one decides to cross the road on the many zebra crossings right in front of you so you have to stop.
Spending tonight in the Formula 1 hotel in Bayonne (no suitable camping spots), where the Bike Bus dropped us off outside of on Sunday morning. Bottom a little sore this morning but not too bad.
An update! In short, we went from Norway to France - we have journeyed MOST OF the way to the start of the Camino but juuuuust haven't made it yet. We will be starting the Camino the day after tomorrow - Monday! On Norway: AMAZING. Oslo is a very small and green city and the people are really nice. The only downside is that everything is expensive. We got around this by taking a ferry to an island in the Oslo fjord and camping there for free, which was cold ...
... basic chorizo to grilled fois gras, or deep fried croquettes of cheese to perfectly cooked chunks of meat, and fresh bread stacked with almost any topping combination under the sun..... roasted peppers, salmon, cod, jamon, cheese, crab salad, mushrooms, anchovies, or any combination of these!
- Seafood for lunch on a rainy day overlooking a little fishing harbour in Donibane / San Juan around 5km east of the city with warming tasty fish soup ...