Hotel du Rail Hotel Regia
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... Today we went sightseeing around Santander, walked through the old part of town, had some dinner at at local cafe, bought some sweets at a candy shop and back to our beautiful, cozy, warm old fashion house. Great photos and memories to take to our next destination.
The weather here is very changing. When the sun is out it is warm, but can change quickly in a grey, windy, rainy and cold sky. Fingers crossed that the more south we go the warmer it gets :)
... rugged path and the spartan accommodations gave a monastic quality to the Camino experience. The traditional pilgrimage route covers over 700 kilometers and can take over a month. We tackled just one of the earliest hills. Modern day pilgrims find the "Camino" to be a cleansing ritual for self discovery, vision quest or mental cleansing. We planned ahead and ate a heavy lunch late in the afternoon. Being full, we were able to ...
... we had lunch. Crossed into France again. We had been paying motorway tolls all day in Spain, and now had to pay our share to France! Very trying and expensive at times. Noted the road signs are still in two languages- now French and Basque. Arrived at our camp for the night in the small town of Orhez. Needed to try our poor French again but we managed. Soft rain as we finished dinner. Hope for a quiet night. Tomorrow I ...
... sunflowers, little streams, and chateaux on the hills amongst stone cottages. These fields eventually gave way to the vineyards of Bordeaux, then the sand flats of Les Landes.
Arriving in Bayonne, after the buzz and crowds of Paris, it was like another world again. It's an old river city, so a bit tattered around the edges. The wrought iron on the balconies was not as perfect, the shutters were a bit crooked, the little streets were smaller, and it ...
... had set up an out door table with chairs and a big outdoor umbrella on the edge of the cliff. There was a well formed walking track also - saw a few walkers on it. Part of it was paved so I assume it could also be used for riding. There were some big hotel complexes along the beach front at different spots and there were plenty of people enjoying the sun and the sea. I had noticed that a couple of the cooking courses in San Sebastián also offer a double deal - cooking and learn to ...