Hotel Le Caritz
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Morning... I woke up tonight several times. Nightmares, headache and stomach which decided to go french way - on strike already for few days. Got so much in a striking role that had to go to pharmacy yesterday. Not the best way to prepare for a trip but I think it is a clean up process. Despite a bumpy wake up which I decided to ignore, I had …
... the area the bus stopped at a lookout which included views of the many large hotels in the area , and a lighthouse. Our trip to Bordeaux was about two hours and it was a treat to arrive in Bordeaux and be given two hours in the main shopping area before going to the hotel. I managed to buy a pair of shoes, speaking French to communicate the size etc. David thought the shop assistants were looking very amused at my efforts. Dinner was at at our ...
... in the shell (head and all) and were covered in olive oil and sea salt. I usually have to peel the sill off of them but for a few the shell was soft. I wonder if that is from the grilling process. Since they were soft after ripping the heads, tail, and legs off I just popped them into my mouth.
I had a long walk from the aquarium to Monte Igeldo but it was along the beach on a beautiful sunny day so I could not ...
... have salads... Upon entering our room, we found Jacques had returned for his morning adventure, and he, too was hungry... I do not think that a salad was what he wanted, but Marina took the reins, and called room service, and ordered three salads, accompanied by two cups of vegetable soup. Our lunch arrived in less than 15 minutes, and while Marina and I were enjoying our soup (which Jacques did not want), he hand devoured his salad, with ...
... the ones who introduced 'road rage' to Southern France. They drive fast and furious and all over the place, and yet they handle people stopping to chat, making u-turns in strange places, and scooters/motorbikes weaving in and out of everywhere without trying to cut people off or knock people over. The biggest problem we are having is remembering to look to the left BEFORE stepping onto the street. Biarritz as it turns ...