BEST WESTERN Caliceo
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We left Pat and John this morning about 9am. Meg the dog was distraught she fell in love with Suz. We motored all day and arrived by the beach in Biarritz. We paid the tolls I have discovered that by the time you have slowed for all the roundabouts you use more fuel its actually cheaper to pay the toll. We had a beer overlooking the Atlantic in the ...
... big covered space and took off our wet outer layers, and shoes (which are now stuffed with newspapers) and our hostess arrived soon, very apologetic. All fine now. Warm and dry and will have dinner in 10 minutes! Not many photos today....camera hidden safely from the rain. One interesting thing - Béarn is the area here and this is how Béarnaise sauce was named - the story is that the chef for Henri IV made it for ...
... forth to the Aire we stayed at, when the tide was out we could take a shortcut along the seas edge, when the tide was high you had to avoid the waves crashing over the seawall. We did get a swim in at the tiny old towns beach which was so clear and calm too.
Hendaye Plage was our last stop in France. A seaside resort with real charm and grace, old fashioned and full of big old villas, grand apartments and a great sweep fo a ...
... evening but ere were a lot of homeless soles hanging around begging so u had decided - hoping that during the day they would have moved on. Unfortunately they were still t here but I walked in with another group of people - safety in numbers. After the cathedral I tried to locate the petting court. There were students everywhere - when a school bell went they all moved only like the two schools in the area - one was a hospitality school but I am not sure town at the other one ...
... being brought to me in the ornate dining room. I feel like I was born to it. Finally my destiny! I just hope it's not croissants for breakfast... There was a weird French movie on TV last night. The opening music was the Haka set to a electronic funk beat. It seemed to be about a retired French rugby player who was ill. Steve L will have to track it down. There was also a Maori guy who spoke in English so his words were sub titled. Only 10kms ...