B & B Hotel Bayonne
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On our last night we both had trouble sleeping, and in the early morning darkness we started talking about what we loved the most about Paris. What we'll remember is:
The monuments and architecture, the history and beauty on every corner.
The apartments, boulevard after boulevard of stately buildings with their wrought iron balconies, every one a different pattern, their chimney pots and flower baskets.
The people, their innate style and ...
... I was in trouble. Not realizing at the time they came to my aid and assisted me to shore, one with the eyes of surfer Kelly Slater it could have been a worse experience. In the evening several of Ainoa and Shabi's friends joined us for a seafood barbecue. We prepared some finger food which others seemed to enjoy. Shabi excelled himself serving us all a combination of muscles, prawns, and squid.
The following late morning we tried out Segways for an hour ...
... we ordered fromage (cheese) and wanted to send back the liquidy, fruity yoghurt in a glass until a kind waitress gave us a French menu lesson: 'fromage' = cheese and ‘fromage blanc’ = yoghurt!
We took a stroll along the beach road and peeked in through the gates of the unbelievably elegant Hotel Palace, originally built by Princess Eugenie (wife of Napoleon III) as a seaside palace. We could also admire ...
... streets and shopping. Bought perfume...Jardins de Bagatelle ... My absolute favourite . Bought 2 charms to start my charm necklace A symbol of Biarritz and a silver starfish. AND, I took off my shoes and socks and walked the beach... Jumped a few waves... Not quite hot enough for a swim. (You can read there that I chickened out. Shopping was more fun!) Back on the bus.... And we are now settled in ...
... down in for a couple of days. We had already decided that we weren't going to the Galicia region with its cities like Santiago de Compostela as we were actually running out if time. We drove west for a couple of hours but were disappointed in some of the places we looked at. Places like Gijon and Aviles were fairly industrial so we headed back east along the coast and settled for a beach/riverside town called Ribadesella. We really enjoyed it there. There are good walks ...