La Maison De La Prade
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... Today we went sightseeing around Santander, walked through the old part of town, had some dinner at at local cafe, bought some sweets at a candy shop and back to our beautiful, cozy, warm old fashion house. Great photos and memories to take to our next destination.
The weather here is very changing. When the sun is out it is warm, but can change quickly in a grey, windy, rainy and cold sky. Fingers crossed that the more south we go the warmer it gets :)
... grapes are found in the town markets. Come to think of it, the town-square market in Bayonne reminds me of Oxbow Market in Napa. The Camino de Santiago (or known simply as the "Camino") began as a religious pilgrimage to visit the bones of the patron Saint James at the cathedral at Santiago de Campostela along the coast of Spain. The faithful would make a pilgrimage at least once in their lives to visit the relics by following this ...
... sunflowers, little streams, and chateaux on the hills amongst stone cottages. These fields eventually gave way to the vineyards of Bordeaux, then the sand flats of Les Landes.
Arriving in Bayonne, after the buzz and crowds of Paris, it was like another world again. It's an old river city, so a bit tattered around the edges. The wrought iron on the balconies was not as perfect, the shutters were a bit crooked, the little streets were smaller, and it ...
... the heart of French Basque Country. The Basque influence, language and culture spans the region over both France and Spain. Bayonne has served as a fortress for various cultures over the millennia and has various fort and wall fragments left over from Roman, French and English occupations all through the old part of town. We met our tour group (only ...
... pitching a tent in the wet with a swollen knee, even if someone offered us a hot roast dinner to do it. We tried three holiday parks with no success and doubled back where we came hoping there would be a more obscure hotel, and there it was. The lady inside greeted us with a big smile even though we dripped muddy water all over the foyer. Like most other people we encounter, she tried French, then German, then Dutch, then English (Blonde hair perhaps?), but all we wanted to hear ...