Ibis Ciboure St Jean De Luz
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... and funky conditions. No surprise! They have warning systems in place today to keep pilgrims apprised of adverse weather conditions.
Departing Orison on day 2, I left Maria-Lynn and Jeaninne first thing in the morning as they were slow leaving the aubergue. I thought they would catch up but they also made quite a few stops going over the Pyrenees; as a result I ended up getting into Roncesvalles about 2 plus hours before Maria-Lynn and we ended ...
... and grab a table inside where we order off the menu. Our last dinner is delicious from start to finish. The beef cheeks, in particular, were a smash hit with the table and we got back for seconds and thirds before the meal comes to a close.
This was our last full day in Spain, and we spent it in style. It's been a great trip, and it seems to have gone by in a flash. Next, we head to Paris for a few days then on to London for the final leg of our European tour.
... restaurant we had booked 6 months ago. On reflection, I am not sure that "lunch" does this meal justice. What we experienced was a 23 course degustation of some of the most incredible (insane) food we have ever eaten (though I was extremely happy to see that fish milt did not make the menu this time...). I won't bore you with the details, but I will give you one. We arrived and were seated. It seems customary to tour the kitchen and we happily obliged. There we were told that the ...
... the route along the north coast of Spain, but this is the first time we have seen them at a stopping place (or at the start of the walk as many do here). There are many private refuges here where the walkers can stay for the night, and the town also caters for them with stores with walking clothing etc.
There was a line up at the Pilgrim's ...
... 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 ...