Complexe Saubusse Thermal
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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After the violent wind storm of Thursday evening Friday dawned a much cooler brighter day with temperatures of 25 degrees. We drove the motor home into St Jean de Luz and enjoyed a walk around the indoor and outdoor food markets buying lots of delicious fruit and some three cheese quiches. We then walked across the bridge and explored Ciboure where the composer Ravel was born. It is an attractive fishing port with views towards St Jean. ...
On Tuesday we enjoyed another lazy day around the site taking a walk along the coast path with Kath and Terry. We enjoyed a swim in the pool and a joint barbecue in the evening. Temperature was a comfortable 21 degrees with sunshine after a cloudy start. On Wednesday we drove to Hendaye on the Spanish border an attractive town with a beautiful promenade which stretches 15 k to Spain. We swam in the pool and ...
The day started with a 2 1/2 hr drive to Irun, a Spanish Town just West of the French border. Yes we had another trip to a Dethleffs Dealer as the tap had gone wrong again..!!! It was a long shot as the same tap had been replaced 3 times in the last 6 months so we were going to see if they had a completely different tap. Well we were in luck and a new tap ...
After a lazy sunny Sunday yesterday which involved a little walk into the hills above the campsite and a long swim in the pool followed by a barbecue we decided to go visiting today. We drove to the beautiful little Basque village of Ainhoa in the foothills of the Pyrenees. The little church is probably one of the prettiest I've ever seen with its decorated ceiling and gold figurines over the altar and the usual wooden layered balconies ...
... With some horror we saw the path deteriorate to something no champion mountain goat would have been willing to attempt! While screwing up our courage we watched the Griffin vultures ride the air currents. We picked our way down carefully over the next hour or so. Still descending we passed the caves of Arpeko Saindua (the water that runs down these rocks is supposed to heal skin diseases, so just to be sure we dripped some on our heads). ...