Ibis Ciboure St Jean De Luz
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... the seven fastest of us (Dave, Linda Don, Peter, Michael, Sue & me) pulled away. The roads were mostly straight and totally flat all the way to Leon where we turned onto D16 to follow the alternate route today. I had a plan to meet Caroline for an early lunch at a specific cafe in Souston, Patati Patata. There is a small poutine restaurant in Montreal with the same name so when I learned of this one, I just had to try it.
... in search of the bigger floor pump. Sure enough, a few strokes of that and there was a comforting 'whump' as the tire slipped up to its correct position, and I happily pedalled off into the morning looking forward to a relaxing ride.
A mere 10km later, in the middle of nowhere, the hissing of my tire announced the arrival of flat #2 for the day, again the result of a shifted rim strip. I replaced the tube with my ...
... but the vast majority are German, Dutch or Swedish. I have made several foreign friends, but a couple American friends too. It is the perfect mix of familiar and unfamiliar.
On this past Sunday I moved into my apartment in Centro, which is one of the 3 main neighborhoods in SanSe. Although it is not the most exciting place, it is the most beautiful and located directly next to Parte Vieja, which is where all of the popular restaurants, pintxo ...
... going to be fine. There is an amazing mix of nationalities here and met on the way, from USA, Canada, Columbia ,Argentina, Austria,Hungary,Ireland, Australia to name but a few! About 60 of us in 2 enormous dormitories for tonight, costing 6 Euros each! The monks were very welcoming, and invited us to Mass which I thoroughly enjoyed, although it was all in Spanish, but at the end the 3 priests, (one who must be 90!) called the pilgrims up to the altar for ...
... a cherry cake
st jean is a quaint little town full of auberges for pilgrims.
The weather is drizzling, and due to be 14 degrees tomorrow and raining. There was snow yesterday and it is pretty freezing here! There´s also no heating the auberge!
But I am going on the 14th of April anyway. It marks the end and new ...