Hotel de la Plage
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After spending a mostly sunny morning in Bordeaux , we drove in teeming rain to Biarritz. Driving on busy motor ways loaded with trucks and their associated spray does prove a challenge. The speed limit does drop from 130 to 110 in the rain however. And French drivers are such a well mannered bunch . Overtake then hop straight back into the inside …
... messy to eat!
We were sad to leave San Sebastian and, in retrospect, we could have spent longer in this lovely area. However, before venturing south we were off to visit the Cristobel Balenciaga Museum in Getaria. Balenciaga was born in Getaria in 1895 and opened his first haute couture atelier in San Sebastian in 1917. He subsequently moved to Paris in 1937 when the Spanish civil war began to affect ...
... people and got to experience their smelly culture. Yes, The rumors are true. European people need to meet the shower once in awhile.
We made a stop in a Biarritz. It is a beautiful small town along the coast. Very high end. Beautiful cars and beautiful people. It is the Naples of France. Several kids went in the water. The beaches aren't sand like ours. They are small stones but they don't hurt your feet. Katie and Cooper opted out of going in ...
... at the beach. On the walk back we noticed the beach was pretty packed, covered with colorful umbrellas and sunbathers. Not easily swayed we changed into bathing suits and found a small spot to soak up some rays in. It was still pretty comfortable on the beach even though it was the hottest time of the day. We were there for the rest of the afternoon, reading and taking turns swimming in the clear water. The only reason we left our comfortable spot was we had ...
... as we went so a double win. On Thursday we went for a ride over a mountain (Jaizkibel at about 565m) which was great, the gradient was fantastic and it just meant that with a steady cadence we ended up at the top of the mountain. The wind was blowing so that meant that when we stopped for a view you got cold pretty quickly. On the run down the other side it was on with all of the clothes that ...