Brit Hotel Marbella
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... cutting sheets of plywood and man-handling them up 30 feet to Aaron on the roof. It certainly was good for building muscle and trimming off extra weight.
Another help we planned for the first couple of days was to send our backpacks forward with a service provided by local entrepreneurs. This also proved to be a good idea particularly in light of the fierce winds we encountered on day 2 while crossing the Pyrenees, but I am getting ahead ...
... starting to feel a bit like I was cramping his style, just because he has to work but kind of feels like he should spend time with me too. So he headed back towards Toulouse to see his cousin and his friend for the weekend. Then he'll go to Narbonne to see another friend there, before going to Montpellier. And Biarritz was good for me because it's close to Spain where I can start the Camino. So I organised to start in Leon, which means I'll walk for two weeks. But ...
... she had not experienced this before, as I pointed out the additional "jets", that could also massage her feet. "oh no.... This is just wonderful, wonderful Robin, thank you...." Marina said so gleefuly. "we must bring Jacques here, tomorrow.... He would love this" After staying in the hot tub, and bubbling for around an hour and a half, we went back to the room. A lunch time salad, sounded good to both of us. Since Jacques was in Bayonne, ...
... 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 ...
... realise that the border actually ran through a river, which no doubt we crossed and I didn't notice.
I was excited when I started seeing signs written in French around Hendaye, and as the bus headed north the view out the window became markedly different. We passed through Saint Jean de Luz and although we were nowhere near the coast at that point, we did have some gorgeous views at other stages through the hour and a half journey.
When the ...