Ibis Bayonne Centre
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Friday was a travel day for me. I got up, bought some bread, nutella and apples for my trip and took the 10:00am train for Montpelier. After a 20 minute layover in Montpelier, I arrived in Toulouse at around 5pm. I was able to get on wifi in the train station in Toulouse before taking the seven o'clock train to Bayonne. When I arrived in Bayonne, I …
... seeing all the locals preparing themselves for the days football match which we so eagerly wanted to attend. It was a quick Ryanair flight with our hangovers where we tested our geographical skills on our iPhones and then before we knew it we were landing in Barcelona.
An incredible trip overall, too many laughs to recall, too many memories to remember but I was happy to have a wingman along with me and can not wait for the next adventures to come!
... of my walk. What i thought was a 5km leisurely walk to the gîtes in Hontto turned out to be one of the toughest aerobic tests ever. I think it has taught me a lesson that for tomorrow's 22km I need to pace myself. The gîtes in Hontto isn't too bad. I've just had dinner comprising of a four course meal with aperitif and wine. All this and board for 33€. Tomorrow will be the biggest test by ...
Today Oihane and her family brought me to the gorgeous city of San Sebastian.
Her father described the cities of the Basque Country to me as such: "Bilbao is capital of industry, Vitoria is the capital of politics, and San Sebastian is the capital of beauty"
I am inclined to agree.
From the towering spires of the Cathedral of San Sebastián to the gorgeous "conch" or shell shaped beach, this city is amazing. While walking around the city, ...
... amazing fews of the bay. There is a giant statue of Christ up at the summit, very similar to 'Christ the redeemer' over in Rio.
The old part of town has some narrow streets with plenty of bars offering pinxos (mostly seafood but quite a few smoked meats and cheeses)
Visited the museum 'De San Telmo' all about Basque history. Modern building fused with a refurbished church and cloister.
Afer 3 days of solid rain in San Sebastian, I decided to leave and head for Bilbao.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed