Brit Hotel Marbella
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We headed further south to land ourselves in Anglet and Biarritz. The expectations of both these places were quite high after having lots of friends travel through here before. Arriving quite late and in need of doing some serious washing we tried to book ourselves a campsite, but everywhere was either full or ridiculously expensive (59€ for a campsite). We decided to give it a miss and eventually landed ourselves on possibly one of the only streets in Biarritz ...
... caught his name.... but this is the name of his store. David was terribly interesting to talk to. He makes all the jewelry he sells. His collection of gemstones that he has acquired overseas is pretty amazing. He did have three rings, that both Marina and I fancied. One 18ct. Rubellite tourmaline. One 4+ carat Sri Lanka ruby, wonderful deep color., surrounded by a hot of diamonds. One 23ct. peridot from China. I am not a peridot lover -- but this ...
... race. All the locals dressed up in the colour of the team they supported and the shore line was filled with people trying to get a good viewing spot of the race. We were to far away to see who won, but the supporters of the blue team seemed the happiest so we are guessing it was them. San Sebastián was very busy the whole time we were there, all getting into the commemorations and the enjoying the lovely weather.
After immersing ourselves in French camping park culture (miss camping one night, followed by karaoke the next night - we couldn't believe how seriously they take it!) and laughing that our friendly mechanic who helped fix our car door ended up working at the camp bar by night...we hit the road further south to join the 'van clan'. We were lucky to get a spot in an 'aire' (motorhome stop) for a few nights in Biarritz, a French town just north of Spain. The spot was across the ...
... overlords required the Christians to hand over 100 virgins every year.
4. Being Spring there are lots of wild flowers out everywhere in great variety.
THURSDAY 9TH MAY
I arrived in SANTIAGO DE COMPOSTELA at 12.30 today and visited the Camino Office to get my "Compostela" which is in Latin including my name. Rather a nice thing to have and representing much sweat and tears. The old part of Santiago is full of interest. ...