Baya Hotel & Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... day here. Went into town for the day and had a great paella for lunch, same place we had it with Robyn and Richard four years ago. Still as good now! 27/10. Off to Bordeaux for three days sight seeing. Hotel is good and on a direct "light rail" connection to Bordeaux. 1.50 euro and the ticket is good on train bus and ferry for one hour. Spent Wednesday walking around Bordeaux and along the river. Had lunch sitting by the river (and the factory outlets! Nothing ...
... hopped on the tram arriving at our station only to find that the bikes were not there!!
The station master advised us to go back into town to report the theft, so back on the tram to the other side of the city to the “Hotel De Police.” On arrival at the police station we had to take a number from the dispensing machine and wait for our number to come up before we spoke to anyone, fortunately this did not take very long, a number of ...
... d'Harrieta and descended down to the hamlet of Urdos. We thought we had reached our goal for the day but were informed by a friendly local that the hotel was another 2 km down the road! We did find it, however, took a much needed shower and spent a pleasant hour on their very shady terras having a local beer and wine. Stats: Distance: 17.8 kms Total ascent: 1087 meters Total descent: 1054 meters Hans and ...
Although our travelling has been a bit limited we are slowly getting back on the road with the camper van and making use of it to visit old friends both in England and France.
Our latest expedition has seen us travel through France to the Dordogne region before hitting the Atlantic Coast near Biarritz. Although the sun has been in short supply, it has stayed generally warm and certainly the sea near Biarritz is still ...
... one another, all interested in where each other started from and why they are doing the pilgrimage. For some it's religious, for others it's an adventure. You collect your pilgrimage passport from the pilgrims office and you then get this stamped as you walk the Camino to evidence that you have done the route in its entirety and not using transport other than two feet. The little town was packed with artisan and ...