Anglet Biarritz Parme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Martine drove us through the Pyrenées into Spain, this morning. We explored San Sebastián and then had tapas for lunch. It was fun to try out our Spanish. We found a great ice cream shop and also bought some souvenirs. From there, we went back into France and spent some time in Saint Jean de Luz. This town is famous because it is here that Louis XIV married Eugenie of Spain, forming the Peace Treaty of the Pyrenées. Lastly, we went to ...
Sorry again for the delay. I haven't really felt compelled to write much recently, and I also feel like no one really reads this anymore, haha! I suppose also I'm not so much in 'travel mode' as 'relax and chill out mode'. So really, I've felt very much at home and comfortable. And it's nice. So, let me begin to recount this adventure. I left Lyon. I travels to Toulouse. I learned that in Toulouse they speak French and Occitan, which is kind of a hybrid mix of French and ...
... then caught up with Jacques, and had a walking tour of Biarritz. What a positively gorgeous, magical fairy-kingdom this is! I truly love it. After a couple of hours, we returned to the room, and changed into our finery for the last supper at the Hotel-du-Palais, this year. Such a truly delicious lamb dinner, with a bottle of Pommerol to accompanied all the flavors of the superb dish, totally wrapped in philo dough. ...
... people were walking around in their bikinis, and the by far best resturant we tried served their chips/french fries in plastic boxes and their wine in old glass milk bottles. Again, very genuine. We could literally see the head chef putting out the fishing nets for next day's lunches.
Another thing that really made an impression on me was the food market that were held on Sunday mornings in the market halls. It felt so real - the fish ...
... and we were placed on a table by the toilets. On a plus point the waitress chased us down the street to let us know know that will had put a 100 euro note on the bill rather than a 10 euro note. Very honest of her, that meal could have turned out very expensive. The second night we ate in Txvleta which was the best meal we have had here to date. The service was second to none, food devious and priced very reasonably at 20 euros for the menu of the day, a ...