Le Regina Biarritz Hotel & Spa
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... under Franco’s reign. Franco saw his success in the civil war as a reason to harshly punish the Basque for choosing to become autonomous rather than join forces with Franco. Because of this, Franco attempted to make the Basque culture disappear forever. Had the dictatorship of Franco been continued I wholeheartedly believe that Basque culture and language would simply be a thing of the ...
... As soon as we hit the road it started raining, then raining more, then hailing, then lightning and thunder, then a little bit of flash flooding. This place seems to have a pretty good climate, but they do know how to have a storm, and when it rains, it really p!sses it down. Due to Steve's good planning and navigating, we arrived at our destination with about 15 minutes until their estimated arrival and we got to within 500m in the car. A quick walk and ...
... Luxury Hotel and Spa http://www.hotel-du-palais.com/web/hdp/ hotel_du_palais.jsp Formerly the summer mansion of Napoleon III and Empress Eugénie de Montijo, The “Villa Eugénie”, was built in just ten months and completed in 1855. During the next sixteen years, the imperial couple spent almost every summer in Biarritz, accompanied by other European royalties. Once drowsy fishing village of Biarritz soon became a posh resort town. In 1880, ...
... of photos and let you see for yourself. Paul & Mac go for a swim in the sea, it's about 6 and there's still sun just not hot. We walk around taking it all in, buy some nougat from one of the speciality shops, then head to a pizzeria or dinner and a little sangria (obviously not for the kids). There certainly are some beautiful people here - so well fit right on in (yeah right!!!) Early night, kids are tuckered as are we - been a long hot ...
... in a hostel up the road. We are so late there is very Little accommodation left but the old lady jokes I can share her bed with a wink!! Now I´m not lost for words very often, but that did it.
Anyway moving on to the very old hostel, six of us in a room with bunk beds. The hostels close at 10pm so I rush out for a quick meal, just back in time to be kept up all night by that fecking ...