Hotel Villa Koegui Biarritz
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Travel Blogs from Biarritz
... all the tapas bars showcasing the famous pintxos, a collection of finger food items spread out on the bar. It was Friday night, and Donostia (the basque name of the city) felt very much alive and socially vibrant, as its inhabitants wandered the pedestrian streets to meet up with friends and start entering tapas bars to enjoy local delicacies in an upbeat atmosphere. (I think I'm starting to sound like a guidebook, better stop this blog soon). Anyhoos, I think I will come back to this ...
... somthing wrong with the water was really dirty. In Biarritz there is beautiful old houses, building and little huts with old shutters. I discovered I loved paella, but Isaac did not go past margarita pizza. In the middle of the sea there was a rock with a statue of Mary on it, and it was called the virgin rock. Then we had dinner, and went to ...
... to make yet another unpleasant experience for me!!! The very best I have seen thus far, was the car, driver, and Robert Knapp, in Paris!!!! He was absolutely superb, and the best person to represent this agency. They are very fortunate to have such a wonderful, kind, considerate, attentive employee. He corrected 3 complete sets of incorrect train tickets, and helped to make the incorrect accommodations at the George V, in Paris, as least livable. Thank you so ...
... blatantly oblivious to anything but counting sheep and heavy breathing. So after the excitement of winning from afar, we head to the beach - it's 11, we hire a little umbrella with shade side for €10 - our base for the day. Blue skies, nothing but blue skies can I see - they're lyrics from a song aren't they? Anyway, MAGIC. Kids straight to the beach with Paul, me I open Tyler Hamilton's book 'The Great Race' which Paul's already read. Was recommended to me by a friend ...
... Eugenie visited regularly. Their time here is still remembered. Eugenie was the inspiration for the tiny church called Chapelle Imperiale, and the stately Hotel du Palais was also built for her.
In Australia we don't have beach places like this. better beaches yes, but not the historical surrounds that we find here.
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