Hotel Au Bon Coin
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... shape. Inside was impressive in terms of architecture and scale but the exhibitions themselves, of which there were only three, were totally modern and their beauty was definitely in the eye of the beholder. An hour and a half later we were back on the bus where comments were generally scathing. We continued onto France and Biarritz after a traffic jam lasting nearly an hour, and we set ...
... About Mary when the next door lady has her shirt off. My journey across the ended with a funicular ride to the top of Monte Igeldo. the views from the top let you take all of San Sebastián in but your eyes are mostly drawn to the beach and the beautiful blue water. At the lookout point there was a little cafe were I stopped to have a cup of coffee and enjoy the view. There was also a small amusement park for kids but it didn’t look like it was open. ...
... she wasn't looking, out comes the bread, butter, cheese and whatever meat he can scrounge. After lunch siesta is always a must for Jacques and Marina, which is a good time for me to read, or just mutter around doing my own thing. The day just whizzed by, and before we knew it was time to ready ourselves for dinner. You know, one thing I have learned over the last four years of post vacations with Jacques and Marina is they both "Clean up ...
Got up this morning and went for a run in the pine forest near the coast - much needed after the weekend. Then after breakfast we jumped in the car with Marie Christine for a days touring. First stop was the city of Bayonne which is built alongside a river. Walked around the old town, markets, cathedral etc which was great to see. After ...
... We did a great walk for a couple of hours and on the way home had a beer in a tiny, very isolated stone medieval village called Buerba. No doubt it was probably abandoned for many years but today with the interest in hiking in remote environments many of its buildings are being restored in traditional style. It seems that the National Parks is encouraging this and perhaps helping with the finance.
Leaving Ainsa, a few hours later we arrived in Cadaques. It's a ...