Anglet Biarritz Parme
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Biarritz
... after going through some small town diversions. The bus driver even got lost for a short period! From the bus stop in Biarritz it was easy to find our hotel. By this time we were starving, so we dropped our bags off and headed across the road to a recommended burger joint. We could understand why they were recommended, because they were absolutely delicious. They even had a duck burger! We did find out ...
... we expended some energy by river paddling one day - fortunately there wasn't much white water as the water levels were low - and hiking in the hillside the next day. We spotted some semi-wild horses and goats in the slopes when we went paddling down the river and saw many more horses grazing on the hillside while we were on our hike the next day. Sahra was thrilled to get the bonus of 'wild' horses ...
... and what we think was the pil-pil (salted cod skin emulsified to make a mayonnaise-like mixture). That would have been meal enough for us, but no, more to come! Next up, a steamed white-fish (probably cod) topped with caramelized onions and the local pimeintos (tiny green peppers) that are in season right now, oh, and another big bottle of the local cider! Perfect we say, ...
... Annecy at midnight after leaving Biarittz at 8.45am and we free camped in the municipal camping ground till 7am. We spent over €130 in tolls and around €100 in fuel driving across. Karen our GPS also took us on a lovely detour through the middle of Lyon as it was obviously shorter than driving around on the ring road just to keep me on my toes. We also got a lot of rain but the drive seemed relatively ...
... the start of a celebration we will simply call ‘the festival of lollies’. Now I am sure there is some meaning to it beyond this, but as far as we could see it was all about the lollies. Children and grown ups alike with open bags catching the lollies from the procession as people, just people (no dress-ups, characters, floats) sat in the back of trucks and rode horses down the street throwing the handfuls of lollies at the people. Further research ...