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
... 11. At 16 a model for Vogue and Harpers Bazaar and Life magazine. Lives in NY Moves to Paris 1953 nervous breakdown Diagnosed with schizophrenia. Treated with electro shock. Treated in Nice. 1965 creates the NANAS 1978 works on THE TAROT GARDEN in Tuscany. 1983 BELLY OF THE EMPRESS Died 2002 at 79. An experience into the mind of a beautiful ...
... tub of dressing, and looked longingly around for something else to eat. H found the butterdish on the table, and disappeared into his room. Being curious I asked Marina if he wanted the bread, too. "Oh, no.... he has a stash of food in the room, and a huge chunk of cheese the he bought in Bayonne... Honestly, that man never stops eating.... I do not know how he does it...." she said woefully, trying to make sure he would eat healthy, but ...
... a sail boat!!! It was really cool. The waves werent too big.I ca now say that I sailed in France!!! We drove out to where France and Spain meet and went along there for a bit. Then we went into this cove area. There, people were doing this paddle board then, and on jet-skis. There were many boats parked. Sarah and the other went in the water. It was a big too cold for me....hehe. After Sarah's reaction when she jumped in....there was no way I was getting in. Then we got ready and tried ...
... drove out to the coast (very close) and stopped at Biarritz which is made up of several beaches - a long surf beach, a sheltered cove (quite Sydney like) & the main beach - all of which are very built up and were packed with people! We had a nice lunch at a local restaurant and after checking out the place we decided to move onto ...
... the group I was with which is not a bad thing as it forces one to talk to new people. I have been walking with a Danish woman today. An interesting stop was in the middle of nowhere where a young man has set up a stall with all sorts of natural foods and drinks which one can consume and then make a donation. He lives there in a derelict building. It is apparently quite famous and has appeared in some film - not "The Way" - that I have not seen, but the ...