Ibis Bayonne Centre
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... that it's been established because of the great surf breaks on the very long stretch of beach there. It's very much like any other little beach town you'd see, and while it's crowded now, apparently becomes a ghost town out of surf season. Unfortunately on the day we were there, they called a lay day on the surfing, but we still got to see the comp areas, saw Jordy Smith, Joel Parkinson, John John Florence and a ...
... surrounded by lush green mountains. The village still has an area filled with concrete troughs where years ago ladies would gather in a communal place to do laundry.
From here we ventured on to the town of Espelette famous for their chillies where hundreds hung drying on the front of homes and shops. We wondered through shops where we purchased local cheese and pâté to enjoy in the evening. Next was the charming town of Aihnoa dating back to around the ...
... The proprietors of the 'accommodation' i am staying at tonight are perhaps a little left of centre and i have had my first 'issue' with european electricity and power points. Tomorrow the train ride isn't as early to St Jean Pied de Port as i had of hoped so i am going to stay there tonight and try and find some food, a gas cannister for my stove etc. Side story: the train ride down was actually quite funny. On board there was a mum with two kids ...
... We also had the best potato croquette we've had in Spain too. They have them everywhere here but this one had the perfect balance of cheesiness and potato! Later on we headed back out with our Australian flat mates on the hunt for some churros which we eventually found, deep fried dough covered in sugar served with extra chocolatey thick hot chocolate. You'd think we would've had our sugar fix by then but oh you are mistaken. We went to a little bar that ...
... cooked over 1000 dishes (20 per 50 customers) every lunchtime. Each tables degustation is individual and customised - depending of how much of each ingredient they can get on the day. We were handed a napkin each and shortly afterwards a beautifully made chocolate brown macaroon. "This is a bit odd" i thought, "starting the meal with dessert?!?". I did not ask questions. The chef did not explain what it was but encouraged us to take our first bite, her eyes glistened ...