Complexe Dax Thermal
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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 ...
... Saturday nights out most weekends I should imagine.
Back from the old town and promenade is the 'modernista' part. Backing onto the river. Very french with lovely old lamps, larch tree walkways, sculptures and public gardens. Around the church there, it was beautiful, all paved streets with outdoor cafes, fountains in quiet squares and 19th century blocks shaded with flowers. The city is a real mix of french and spainish ...
... Enjoyed our first tapas and sangria where after made our way down to Zarautz. We had delicious breakfast on a terrace overlooking the ocean and the swell that just entered. Continued to meet up with old friends of Sahid from Venezuela Denis and Roxana. A dynamic couple that showed us around Mundaka, a pitoresk village, with again great views and that day big swell! Sahid went for a surf and i enjoyed lunch with my new friends. 3 courses including drinks for 11 ...
I am in Biarritz, another pretty place. Very busy, tiny streets, lots to see, but I only have tomorrow to sightsee.. I have settled into a auberge, it's a proper hostel. Clean, organized, professionally run. I'm doing my first load of washing at last. But due to the reduction of weight in my pack I am sitting on my bed in shorts, and a rain coat, a pair of thongs as everything is in the machine.... Lol My boots have an amazing aroma to them.... Ok, it's a gross odour... ...
... that is a sweeter version of what the Aztecs would drink. From there I walked down to the coastline and spent the next hour walking along the Biarritz coast, past a hidden beach, old ruins from the 17th century and a more recent from the late 1800's. Stunning views everywhere and a cute little island on top of a rock that you can visit over a bridge. I stopped for lunch and had an amazing fresh salmon salad. It was delish. Time ...