Ibis Ciboure St Jean De Luz
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The rooms were about half an hour away from being ready so we found a bench nearby to enjoy some snacks that Caroline picked up until they were. Then we unloaded the luggage from the van, I cleaned up, and we went walking around St-Jean-de-Luz. We found the main shopping area, the pedestrian Rue Gambetta, where we sampled and purchased some nougat. Then we joined in the crowds along and on the beach for a while before ...
... thumping before continuing on my way. Because we were in a touristy area there were even many bike paths, and because it was a nice day (and I couldn't go fast because of my tire) I took advantage of some of them. I even noted a discrepancy in our cue sheets (a right turn had mistakenly been listed as left), although after that I was completely bewildered by our directions. Fortunately, with a little creative route finding ...
... you consume and then make up your own bill and pay for it at the end of the night. It's very clever and keeps costs for a night out to an absolute minimum. I know of some people that wouldn't think twice of eating out in the club three nights a week. It is all of course based on trust that everyone pays for what they consume and I fear in some parts of the world the concept might not work but here it is a priviledge to be a member so to cheat your fellow ...
... to regular tourists who camp or hotel it. Some of the local business employees are not very friendly and would serve the locals or Basgue speaking patrons before us, even if we were there first. We found the employees who knew English were generally the friendlist and they were generally men!
We met a young dutchman and his father who were on the pilgrimage and had walked from Utrecht, Netherlands three months ago and had just arrived in St. Jean. ...
... 8221; she called out, as we stopped at the pretty little market square. I don’t think the locals would have been happy if we stopped there. There was no sign of a toilet block or electric hook up, and we were beginning to get strange looks. After circumnavigating narrow streets for a while we got out of the village and looked again at the maps. Jane showed another campsite a few miles away ...