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We were in France for a few days holidays and the wedding of my best friend. In Spetember, this region is still blessed with some warm weather despite a few showers on our first day.
We enjoyed the charm of St Jean de Luz, the beautiful coast line while hiking the ''Chemin du Litoral'' and wealthy Biarritz, surf hotspot with perfect ...
... in Creon, and very quickly took a disliking to our kids, then Blanche by not even letting her in the door and then served up the worst steak Sal has ever had and generally treated us like scum. I loved it and put it down to cultural relations and so I tipped them with a very large collection of the copper coins that I had wanted to get rid of for a while.
Saturday was moving day again, and started at about 8.30am when I was first to stir in the ...
... On examining the drinking fountain closer she then read out aloud, "B, I, D, E, T, bidet, that must be Spanish for fountain."
Battery Boy and Video Girl set out to discover the well known tourist town of San Sebastian with the only difference this morning, being Battery Boy not giving Video Girl a morning kiss.
Fulfilling almost every idea of how a perfect city beach should be formed, Playa de la Concha and its westerly extension, ...
... Alfonso XIII met the woman he would marry a year later, Princess Ena Battenberg. During the First World War, hotel became the hospital, but at the war’s end, it played once again host to grand events and balls. In 1922, the Marquis of Arcangues organized the Second Empire Ball in the sumptuous Rotonde of the Hôtel du Palais, presided over by King Alfonso XIII of Spain and the Shah of Persia. During this period, celebrities were more frequent then ...
... wished us 'Buen Camino' as we left and headed down into Orio.
As we know the town so well we moved on around the river and up the hill to Talai Mendi where a well deserved beer was bought and Eva chatted to the owner who she actually knew. Antonio came and drove the boys back to the house and Eva and I walked the final couple of kilometres down to Araba Kalea and her parents house where a shower, another beer and the promise of a night out in ...