Inter-Hotel de l'Ocean
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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After a nice hotel breakfast, we travelled by bus to Saint-Jean-Pied-de-Port (yes, that is the name of a city - complete with a mouthful of hyphens) to experience a farmers market, a small taste of the "Camino de Santiago" trek and a nice Basque lunch from the Navarro region. The town is at the lower slopes of the Pyrenees and the green hillsides reminded me of Sonoma with larger mountains in the background. Good local wine, olives ...
On our last night we both have trouble sleeping, and in the early morning dark we started talking about what we loved the most about Paris. What we'll remember is: The monuments and architecture, the history and beauty on every corner. The apartments, boulevard after boulevard of stately buildings with their wrought iron balconies, every one a different pattern, their chimney pots and flower baskets. The people, their innate style and natural ...
... us, and our Basque guide), and had a Basque dinner (grilled Atlantic hake fish) at a local restaurant. and now we're basking . . . Tomorrow we take a bus to visit a small village at the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains to learn about the "Camino" or historic trek that millions of pilgrims have begun in this town (Saint Jean-Pied-de-Port) over the ...
... to play in the waves.
Meeting up with the various friends along the way has been great and has produced many memorable moments. From Keith and Penny; all the former crew of Cowrie(Mark, Emma and family); Albert and Pamela from Rambler; Brigitte and Christian; Andrea and Neil in deepest rural France; all have been so hospitable along the way and we want to say “Thank you for making us so welcome”.
The motor home is ...
... Basque people from their French and Spanish "hosts," not limited to the obvious, being language and architecture, but including distinctive DNA traits.
The Basques are not happy with the vagaries of history that have left them a conquered and divided nation. Separatist movements in the region have led to acts of terrorism and blood has been shed.
The transition from France to Basque country is quite dramatic. The first thing ...