Ibis Ciboure St Jean De Luz
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... messy to eat!
We were sad to leave San Sebastian and, in retrospect, we could have spent longer in this lovely area. However, before venturing south we were off to visit the Cristobel Balenciaga Museum in Getaria. Balenciaga was born in Getaria in 1895 and opened his first haute couture atelier in San Sebastian in 1917. He subsequently moved to Paris in 1937 when the Spanish civil war began to affect ...
... a bus to the base of Monte Igeldo and took the tram up to the top. The Fun Fair at the top was a worthy kid excursion with little rides, carnival games, and a fun house. Katie favored the rides, Julia felt the House of Terror was a bit of a rip off, and Anna liked the roller coaster the best. We all took a turn at one of the games, but all came up empty handed in terms of prizes. Anna was a little upset that she didn't win a prize, but ...
... something she can now tick off her bucket list). ‘It was the best Paella of my life’ she declared at the completion of the meal, then noting ‘although the only other paella I have had was from Nando’s so the bar wasn’t set too high to begin’. In SS we have been able to experience authentic tapas and local sidre (as its spelt here). The sunny weather has also not disappointed!
Our last couple of days in San Sebastian ...
... make our way past the Porte St Jacques which has a World Heritage status and climb up the rather steep hill to the Citadelle where we get an incredible view over SJPdP and the surrounding countryside. We can see the road we take tomorrow and the hills in the distant are very daunting! We decide to shout ourselves a really nice meal at the hotel to prepare us for the days ahead! Then it's back to the room to prepare ourselves for the big day ahead!
... have often read that south of the Loire the weather improves and, lo and behold, it did. From a typical misty northern France, with pluie faible, (an excellent term for drizzle) the sun came out and the sky was blue. Not so much of a blessing really because driving south it was a bit dazzling.
The camp site we were aiming at was Le Futuriste, set on a hill close to Futuroscope, an ...