Hotel de Silhouette
Travel Blogs from Biarritz
... lunch in a Catalan restaurant. Not very local, but we were hungry, and the albóndigas ("abounding ass" says autocorrect) were succulent. We then walked to the old town and up the Urgull hill, which was used in the past as a vantage point to defend the city. Up there we enjoyed the view and learned about the history of the city, that was ravaged in 1813 during the war between Napoleon and the Portuguese/British. On the way back we walked through the old city center, and ...
We were In Biarritz for two days. On the first day of Biarritz we arived late. We looked around the shops and then had dinner, then went to bed. On the second day we went out for breakfast in the morning. In the afternoon we went shopping and went for a swim in the beach. At the beach there was a platform that we jumped of it about 5 times. ...
... les plus rudes de fois. Jusqu'à l'année prochaine .... "Auvoir mon cheri, Milena! A bientot..." (and thinking) I was only a little concerned, knowing that once again my life needs was in the hands "GRINDOZ, the horrible". I do not know how any reputable,unique 'elite' tour company can stay in existence making the amount of mistakes they have made..... beginning with the "non Harry Potter tour" in London. There has only be one "Gindroz angel", that has ...
... with very large breasts that they are not afraid of exposing (much to most men's delight on the beach). Brekkie at a lovely new place - cafe du commerce in the market area of town, people watching is hilarious, Mac is amazed at the number of motorbikes. After a leisurely brunch we go for a wee stroll and head to the beach - why not. Not much to say, but I finished another book - Tyler Hamilton's accounts of the doping that happens at the Tour de France - what a bloody ...
After fond farewells with Graham and Carmen we took our last drive through the village of Berbes and headed for the Autovia. Retraced the same journey that we had coming here, and with a fine warm day and very little traffic we made good time.
Lunch at a "Cafestore" at a motorway rest area, not very glamorous but filled the need for something to eat and a loo. Had bocadillos, a kind of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility