- Minbar in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... it was a beach day so after our usual breakfast of chocolate chip brioche with jam we made the trek back up the sand dune and over the other side to the beach. We had a nice relaxing day and Jim even took his inflatable kayak that I had got him for his birthday and had fun playing around in the water. That night we went back up the dune, taking some extra layers with us and watched the sunset.
The next day was pretty much the same although a lot hotter. Walking back ...
... traditionally as their muesli's were not that flash on the shelves. I said 'Croissants???' She said not every day as they are to fattening. No, just toast and jam and simple foods. So much choice and thats all she wanted. Yesterday I had one and half croissants for breakfast, a pizza, almond croissant and fruit for lunch and steak and salad for dinner. I can't help but eat the pastries as they are so delicious. Better keep on riding that ...
... last to arrive; he had a "horse emergency"--he had three horses at his country place near Kingston when he was only supposed to have one. A few neighbours invited themselves over to visit his mare. The only one unaccounted for was Gilles and some of us were starting to get a bit concerned, but he turned up eventually, probably arriving and checking in before the rest of us.
Past security and at the gates, nearly all of us settled in to the ...
We all arrived in Dorval about the same time and went through the normal drill except that the bikes have to go through oversize baggage. Here are a couple of pictures of us hanging around the oversize luggage area. The flight left around 6pm and arrived in Bordeaux at 6:30 am French time.
You can see in this picture the milling around while we tried to decide how to get to the ...
... update more regularly if I don't become alcoholic..
The idea is to get into Spain today or tomorrow (depending how many beers I have) and get to explore the Basque Country. It's already apparent, the signs are in Spanish here as well and paella is on the menu in most restaurants - mmmmm!
Had a lovely chat with Jilly last night and it's looking good for a meet-up soon. She's promised to show me the ropes with the Tapas bars of northern Spain so bring it ...