Ibis Bayonne Centre
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... speaking too loudly on the mobile for sometime, and deerirated in to a minute by minute commentary of how far back the next person's seat was. Needless to say, we were a little laboured by the 11th hour, and maybe even slightly grateful to get off the bus at the 13th. Some may suggest we should have got the train - I would agree, but alas our tickets were cancelled for reasons not worth going in to other than to say our luck with technology thus far did not start ...
... cities the next day and as always ended up beach bums soaking in the rays, which we got plenty of. JB rented a surfboard and I proved my Huntington Beach skills on the waves, which were none :p. It was still a blast with the two of them. I got bored at one point and started digging a hole to keep myself occupied. I was excited to see that unlike America no matter how far you dug it wouldn't fill with water. Four to five feet later ...
We were like Les Trois Petite Couchons off to the market!
No one wanted to take the trolley, it was raining as we left the apartment and I was left with it as Jacqui & Vincent ran to have a coffee, 40 metres to a friends cafe. We tried some delicious Jambon de Bayonne. Rain stopped and we ...
... of the building and next to the
did some shopping at the nearby Plaza de Castillo square, the heart of Pamplona, where
bullfights took place up to the end of the 19th century. Then, like the
inspired Hemingway, we had lunch at one of the beautiful cafeterias bearing his
the border to France, we drove on the Autoroute de la Cote Basque past Biarritz, ...
... clear blue skies on our first day, so we climbed up the smaller of the 2 mountains to one side of the bay, walking past the old batteries, armories, cannons and the old English cemetery, right to the top where the Sacred heart statue of Jesus stands, for amazing 360 degree views of the rolling green hills back drop to the city and beaches and bay, and the expanse of Atlantic ocean on the other side. The colour of the water was sublime!