Ibis Budget Dax Saint Paul les Dax
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... I am into the gin. Suz is cooking salmon with potatoes and cauliflower we have not cooked for a few days so it's a chore again. SOMEONE who shall remain nameless she said it was me I say it was her emptied the water from the hot water cylinder So we have had fun with that. Luckily I did it in Tockholes so knew how to fix it. Life's good into Spain ...
... others swaying to funky gutair music played by a couple of trendies and some singing along to a beatle's puppet show. Oh, and a basketball competition in the next bay... with surfers out late riding the waves whilst the beach bar plays chill out music as the sun sets. All for free, accompanyed by lots of gossipng and chatty people, smoking away like chimneys as they dance, laugh, drink and sit on the many benchs watching the world go ...
... la vie and I tapped away with my feet. When he pulled into the bus stop he rounded the price to €10 giving me a discount of €1 and a big smile. Bus trip to San Sebastián wound through tight little streets I think through Biarritz and then along the coast - a lot of tight corners and narrow roads. I am pretty sure another couple who also boarded were Aussies - I didn't get a chance to say anything as there was a difference of opinion with them and the bus driver ...
... the destination is changed to Lac de Ville St Girons (N43 54.178’ W1 18.572’), which, the Aires Book says has everything, Electricity, Showers, Toilets etc.
Tomorrow is to be our 27th Wedding Anniversay, but, as we leave the A63 motorway, a slight Sat Nav misunderstanding almost ensures we do not make it to our wedding anniversary without a divorce.
At the end of the motorway slip road is a ...
... sound simple, it just wasn't so obvious at the time. For example, I discovered, once on the train, that while it does show the stops on the line, San Sebastion/Donostia is a city not a train stop, consequently the city has many different stations for it. Which one was the stop I needed? In the end I solved this problem by getting off at the first busiest stop, I was slightly more confident in this decision, when a heard of people got up to leave the train too.