Hotel La Caravelle
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- Breakfast Available
- Babysitting service
- Room service
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Concierge desk
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... for dinner.
Back at the hotel, we napped until only a few minutes before Tim came knocking on our door to ask if we wanted to join the group for dinner. We tried but just couldn't make it before they departed, so we just headed back to the Le Grand Grill Basque where we had a superb meal on the deck out front.
I had a delicious salad with ham brochettes and grilled tomatoes followed with a main of cod topped with ...
Another lucky day weather-wise. I suppose our luck will catch up with us someplace, but we had another day of cloud then sun then cloud alternating all day.
We started with a very nice 45 km ride on quiet roads. We stopped for coffee in Leon, which was having an "empty the attic" day in the town centre--a gigantic garage sale. There were also lots of booths selling produce, fruit etc.
The ride after that was on rather busy roads. At this point Steve, Lucie, Wayne, Lori and ...
... to get back on track.
This time I managed to get about 60 km out of my tire repair before failure was induced by exiting a bike path, whose junction with the roadway was impaired by a rough curb. So after swapping tubes yet again (at this point I had become so practised that I could change a flat without even the need for tools) I thumped off into ever-increasing traffic (and also ever-increasing climbs and descents as ...
After 30 hours getting to Irun, I fell into a bottom bunk at 8:00, in a hostel with about 40 people,only to wake up at 3:00 in the morning and unable to sleep any more. I met a man from Vernon in the morning and he was the only one who speaks English that I met so he and I started out at dawn,along with many others. I knew we were in for a climb but I had no idea it was going to be as tough as it was. 2500 feet ascent and was a ...
... of my journey to St Jean Pied de Port,- onwards!
February 28th - Good journey from London on the Eurostar and TGV, and having found out that the train goes via Bayonne, decided to get out there, as I need to get the train from there in the morning, to St. Jean Pied de Port. Found a wonderful Bistro for first supper in France, very good value 3 course meal, quite delicious! and now in basic but adequate Pension for night, opposite train ...