Hotel Francois 1er
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... river. Saw the ducks. Didn't wake up until 9.30. It is so quiet here! Unpacked a few bags and generally did nothing. Had a trip again to the supermarket, hard to think what you need when you are in holiday mode. Went for a nice long walk after lunch down by the river. The weather is amazing (as you will see from the photos). Let's hope it lasts. Watched Australia and the All Blacks. Not the result we had wanted. The four of us ...
Arrived in beautiful St Jean de Luz as well as crossing the border into France. St Jean de Luz is a wonderful medium sized town on the waters edge. Stayed in a holiday place a few kilometres out but only a hundred or so metres to the sea. Wonderful to walk down there and have a coffee or a meal. There were even surf board riders in wet suits catching, I must say, some waves to rival Australia's. Dave drove us into the main town a couple of times where ...
... The house was OK but not the cleanest. Anyway we had two nights there and for the one day we were there we were able to drive into Gijon and have a good look around. Left for St Jean de Luz and for that matter left Spain but on the way had a stop in Guernica to see some of the WWII history but most was closed. However we did see a Picasso sculpture and mosaic in a park and near the the main square. Our next stop will finally be in France and making our way to ...
We have made it to John and pats house in a tiny village they have not been here long but it's a wonderful place. We are sleeping in a house tonight wow felt funny leaving Vanessa all on her own like leaving my baby but it will be a welcome break from driving. Off to the coast tomorrow pat and John are taking ...
... br> The city is gracious, spacious and has nice architecture plus tree lines streets. Apart from exploring some of the wide pedestrian streets, we visited the huge market there. As it began to rain we sheltered in the nearby cathedral, which provided a bonus- a organist was practicing for his recital that evening, and we were able to enjoy the glorious sounds only a full pipe organ can produce.