Amarys Inter Hotel Biarritz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... had stunning views of the beach, the bay and the ever optimistic surfers waiting to catch the perfect wave. We donned our raincoats, grabbed an umbrella and set off to explore San Sebastian.
The laneways of the old town are now home to bars and restaurants and we enjoyed an early dinner of pintxos and red wine at one of the bars. This bar had 8 cooks who were continuously bringing out platters of ...
... The water park was great and Jesse had a ripper time. The boys made some little friends, and Jesse got told off by every lifeguard in the place for not listening and not getting out of the water quick enough at the bottom of the slides. He did his normal French think by just ignoring them. We then worked out how to rig up the Apple TV and watch our first TV in about 6 weeks and watched The Secret Life of Walter Mitty which was ...
... fruit salad. Jacques drooling over his chocolate puff, with vanilla ice cream. OMG! To say we were stuffed is a grodd understatement. We almost felt like hanging on to each other for trength, so we can maneuver our too full bodies back to the room. Goodnight from our perfect haven, in the lap of luxurious Hotel du Palais, and "Frank's room". OH YES....... HAPPINESS AND LOVE TO BOTH TROY BUCKNER,, AND HIS BEAUTIFUL BRIDE!! TODAY IS THEIR GLORIOUS WEDDING DAY. MUCH LOVE TO BOTH OF ...
Finally we arrived in Biarritz .but to get to Biarritz we had to run in and out of trains.so we walked to the train station and got a train from perigueux to Boudreaux .then Bordeaux to bnndor and then from bnndor to Biarritz and then got a taxi to where we were staying . We were staying at a hotel called tonic hotel . Our storey number was 2 and our room number was 209 . After looking at our hotel started walking a round ...
... we found a campsite just out of town and pitched up. The next day we headed back into San Sebastian. No sooner had we parked the car and set off on a walk then I was bombing into the crystal waters off the marina!! My textbook tombstones and cannonballs were no match for the 70 odd year old who rocked up in trunks and googles and dove straight in....planting a quality staple!!! After a few more bombs and ...