Ibis Ciboure St Jean De Luz
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We will see bull running and fireworks as part of a festival. We are also touring the town and being guests in a members only private gastronomic society or txoko. Members are mostly men with a shared interest in cooking creative meals for their guests. Women were banned but now welcome to dine with the men. This ought to be a great ...
St Jean is the stepping off place for the Camino and is full of people of all nationalities wearing their interpretation of walking clothing abd holding walking poles or sticks. There is a real sense of excitement as most assembled are just about to embark on this adventure. We did pick up our passport for ...
... of the province of Biscay in the autonomous community of the Basque Country and famous for it's architecture. We drove along the Pyrenees long coastal tourist route which was the longest way but amazing with its ever-changing mountain towns and sea views and then back via the much faster inland tollway. Landscape contrasts were so different within a short distance with amazing views around each ...
Seriously so excited as it was my turn and I filled out my pilgrims passport details and paid 2E for my passport, a donation for my scallop shell on my backpack and 8E for my hostel which includes breakfast. It wasn't a problem that I hadn't booked accomodation as they just asked if you had and assigned you to a municipal hostel. ...
... 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 ...