Domaine de Bassilour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We departed Haro on Tuesday morning taking the scenic back route through the mountains north to San Sebastian.
San Sebastian is beautiful, even despite the very poor weather conditions: grey, wet and cold with a top temperature of 13! The Hotel de Londres, with its timeless elegance, was built in 1902 when San Sebastian was a playground for the rich and famous. The hotel is situated on the promenade and ...
... south towards Spain. Eventually we ended up on a very narrow road into a small village. It was quite concerning as some of the hills were looking a bit steep and towing Daisy was starting to panic.
We eventually pulled outside the campsite and was met with what can only be described as chaos. There was an entrance on the left and one on the right. The one on the left had a feck of steep hill upwards and the one on the right a ...
... plait to buenos Dias/gracious/por favour. Be mixed for a few days *laughing*
The mist hid the sight of the waterfalls you could hear often and we were eventually blessed when less than 500m from the summit the sun got through and a heavy wind lifted the mist high into the sky. All you could see were aircraft vapour trails and eagles everywhere and sights of the mountains. Guessing the eagles were taking advantage of the mist ...
(Events from 8/9/2013, written 8/12/2013.) Alarms begin going off at 6:00 a.m. Sleep was difficult. Uncomfortable bunk beds and no air conditioning. Something we'll have to get used to. We're tired but anxious and excited. We ended up sharing a room with a man named Pascal, who is from France. Pascal was actually at the end of his journey. One more day and he'll be finished. The previous night he spent about 10 minutes putting lotion on his legs and tending to blisters. You ...
... the old pilgrim route over the Pyrenees. The walk was pleasant and the mist from the valleys began to lift and reveal the green fields and small farms which make up the Basque countryside.The hedgerows along the lanes were awash with wildflowers,and the gardens with white lilies and irises.The smell of the wet grass and the perfume of the flowers and shrubs were intense as was the birdsong which accompanied us.I was reminded of the opening chapter of Laurie ...