Hotel Villa Koegui Biarritz
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We will see bull running and fireworks as part of a festival. We are also touring the town and being guests in a members only private gastronomic society or txoko. Members are mostly men with a shared interest in cooking creative meals for their guests. Women were banned but now welcome to dine with the men. This ought to be a great ...
... checked out how to get out of town without looking like a novice, which we are, and walkef around the top of the old city wall. Tomorrow we officially become pilgrims ona journey. We do know where we are heading day by day but do not know what we will receive as we journey. That, I guess, is the real ...
I remember when I was a little girl, maybe seven or eight, I was constantly wishing that I was somewhere else. I kept daydreaming about all the amazing places around the world, all the majestic oceans and all the pretty little towns that there were. I remember thinking about every city I wanted to explore and every forest I wanted to get lost in.
This summer, I went to one of those places. In the end of July, my family and I packed our bags and ...
... blog entries. About 7:30, we consulted with our hotel hosts as to where to eat dinner being as it was still quite windy and a Sunday night in the off season meaning that many restaurants were not open. They directed us to little bistro about 7 blocks away where we had an excellent dinner - a great way to end this part of our vacation.
Tomorrow we will be Bordeaux bound to visit with cousins at their ...
... that shows no signs of Spain's exonomic woes. Tonight, we return to the old city to tackle our first meal of tapas and/or racions. Despite the return of light drizzle, hundreds of people of all ages are out walking and eating. We find the city square and select plates of tapas from the bar of the first bar - 2.00€ a piece for frittata clices, crumbed prawns, chorizo pieces, stuffed red pepper and jamon on breadstick... Dinner for 8.00€! Loving so much about this ...