Hotel Les Genets
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... women couldn't vote.
Bayonne was an important port from medieval times, but, like Venice, the streets were canals, up to the top of arches.
Chocolate is important in the history of Bayonne. The Jews in Spain were developers of chocolate in the ole world after explorers brought it back from Mexico. After the Jews were run out of Spain, they wound up in Bayonne. But they were forbidden from ...
... to **** everyday with no toilet paper. Yay! Thanks for the warning lady! See picture for details. After catching some shut eye the first night we took full advantage of the beach with our new besties (Cami & JB). We had a fire on the beach that night with sambuca and rum. Bratwursts and marshmallows kept out tummies packed all night long. It was an amazing day at the beach followed by an amazing night with good conversation. It ...
When asked to have a round of golf the answer was PourQuoi Pas!
Having not played for at least 6 years, it was time to see whether I would enjoy.
Sharing clubs, Blue Sneakers! Vincent the Early had us booked at 8.00am. The day started with heaps of ribbing, and taking the mickey before we had even reached the first tee.
I hit the ball quite ...
... 8217;s genetic make-up dates back to more than a thousand years before Christ and that their language bears no resemblance to any other European language. I loved the old 1930’s movie showing their local way of living, customs and dancing.
We decided to have dinner at our beautiful hotel on the river Nive. My computer had a place of honor on its own chair since we had to google-translate and google search ...
This area is quite different to everywhere else we've been in Spain so far. The Basque language is incredibly different to the rest of the country, and nothing like French either (which I thought it might be being so close to France). The name for San Sebastian in Basque is even completely different - Donostia.
Apart from the eating, highlights of San Sebastian were our trip up Mt Urgull, and hanging out with the locals in Gros. We ...