Hotel Rio Bidasoa
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- Swimming pool
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... made even more boring when the crops have all been harvested and all is covered in wet drizzle. The highest temperature we saw on the car thermometer all day was 4 degrees.
Our target was Rouen, then the old toll- free road via Evreux, Dreux, and Chartres to Tours. However we stayed on the autoroute south of Rouen to get a coffee at the services which meant that to avoid doubling back on minor roads ...
... be there, because I was originally going to start my Camino from Saint John De Luz. Oh the irony! From Hendaye we took a boat from the southern most port of France to the northernmost port of Spain and were back in Honderribia. There was a wedding party on our boat, looked like the groom was French and the bride was Spanish. They had gotten married in France and were going to Fiesta in Spain! We were all exhausted by the end of the day and walking 20K, so we ...
... but also beautiful! Upon arrival we were greeted by Georgina (www.PyreneanExperience.com) and given time to settle in before dinner. In the morning we had a walk around the sheep fields that surround the house. This was beautiful after a rain and with peeks of sunshine and lush green grass. Words cannot describe this area! It was absolutely fantastic! Then we ventured to our lunch spot. Two sisters own and run the restaurant which was ...
... and stop in a tapas bar. We chose a larger restaurant, Bartolo's, (which was still relatively small) because we saw groups of what looked like local families going out for a late Sunday lunch dining there. The bar was covered with platters of tapas like we'd never seen before and delectable sandwiches called Pintxos. We took a platter of our own and filled it with whatever we liked, then showed it to an attendant who charged us 2-euro per piece and served us ...
... city ended and the vineyards began, a line which is moving further out as Bordeaux grows. Finally we got to a vineyard in the Pessac region which we stopped at for a tasting. We tried 2 wines, the first being a 15 euro wine, the second being a 150 euro wine. After a blind taste test I decided the top shelf wine had a better initial smell but in terms of the overall taste I'd be just as happy with either. We made our way back to the city where I found Micaela ...