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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Multilingual staff
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... from the Eastern Europe tour who invited us on this journey. Went to dinner together & had hake on mashed potatoes; it was wonderful.
Learning a lot about the Basque culture. The Basque language is one of the oldest in the world, dating to 4000 BC, but an oral tradition until the 16th century. Some words are the same as some in Africa; otherwise it has some similarities to Hungarian and ...
... us, and our Basque guide), and had a Basque dinner (grilled Atlantic hake fish) at a local restaurant. and now we're basking . . . Tomorrow we take a bus to visit a small village at the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains to learn about the "Camino" or historic trek that millions of pilgrims have begun in this town (Saint Jean-Pied-de-Port) over the ...
... at first frowned upon this new custom, as chocolate was not only reputed as a health tonic but also as an aphrodisiac!! The "devils brew" however became very popular amongst the well-to-do and it rapidly developed into one of the towns most famous exports. Today, Bayonne is proud to continue the tradition and you can try a delicious hot chocolate in one of the many specialty chocolate tea-rooms or be tempted by the huge variety of chocolates screaming out ...
This morning we dropped off our luggage at the gorgeous Le Bayonne Hotel and headed for Biàrritz, the luxurious seaside town only 8 miles from Bayonne. We emerged from the parking garage directly onto the huge halfmoon white sandy beach of Biarritz where quite a few topless sunbathers were already enjoying the beautiful weather.
Maryln and I sat on the terrace café for our petit jeneure. We kept on ...
... bay, and green rolling hills inland from the town creating quite sensational scenery. To top it off there is the historical city centre with a cathedral of course, that leads down to the lovely town hall building next to the fishing port, and deeper in the pedestrianized old town with narrow streets, plazas and pintxo bars galore!
Our Airbnb accomm was a bit out of town, in a huge converted warehouse. Prices are higher up north, and we ...