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... the beautiful curve of perfect waves coming in.
Bliss. So the bikes came off again and had the hard slog uphill but
rewarded with the loveliness of Biarritz. Also got further north of
Biarritz the next day, in the Landes department where there is lovely
stretches of sandy dunes coming onto that same glistening water.
Reminded me of home a little too, looking down the seemingly endless
beach (minus ...
... it was a ****** way to finish his Haute Route, but he did see the funny side. And he has a good reason to come back and do the Iron Challenge again, which next year will include the Dolomites (c'mon Sue, you know you want to too).
We found John at the finish line (we were early as Greg and I opted for a lift in the campervan for the final secured convoy bit, given the terrible riding conditions). And then we ran into Greg ...
... Hotel Sanchez for a couple of nights. Nothing flash but what do you expect for 45 euros? Ainsa has an interesting history. It has an old town and castle that dates back to the 11th century that sits atop a hill. In the 18 th and 19 th centuries the population moved down the hill to the 'new' town. It is one of the reasons the old town is so well preserved. It has one of the best Romanesque churches in all of Spain. Sombre yes, uninteresting no. We have been schooled in ...
... delicious!We felt we needed a dessert crêpe and all went for the salted caramel butter crêpe which was to die for. It had started to rain while we were eating so we were glad to be inside warming up for a while. We then continued on our walk around town, passing by all sorts of neat buildings. We wandered past a fancy gated hotel which had a €130 menu posted outside – needless to say we wouldn’t be trying out that ...
... one hour.
After a ten minute wait the conductor arrived and advised (in French) that people standing up needed to get off for safety. He informed that a bus would take them. Being used to latin ways of doing things, I quickly realised that the bus replacement probably would take hours not only to arrive, but also to get to St Jean. So this clever author slowly but surely started sliding downwards on to the wall chair which was propped up at the ...