Le Windsor Grande Plage Biarritz
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... just Spanish. Mmm interesting. We pulled our our map and I pointed to where I thought we were, and they looked very confused indeed. They asked, do you want France or Spain? Oh dear, we are in trouble now. A further 2.5 hours later after meeting some very friendly horses (actually Pottok - a basque hill pony) and some not so friendly dogs, we triumphantly stride into the spanish town of Bera, about 17km from where Cedrick the Citroen ...
... at all those grapes, each of us got thirsty -- so about 40 minutes out of Bordeaux, we shared a one person, personal bottle of wine. Maybe 2 oz. each -- but we were happy -- the trip was almost over. (and thinking) GRINDOZ..... what have you not done for us here? Bordeaux is 2 hours from Biarritz, and if they are as qualified as Cannes, I am not getting in the car. As the train stopped, and very nice looking french lady, was at the bottle of our car 12 steps, holding ...
... women everywhere it's funny seeing 70 year old Granny with her newly purchased boobs lying there as brown as very proud of her new assets. Julia & I head to town about 5 boys head down to another beach - sunscreen, toothpaste & conditioner required. Back home, shower off the sand and pebbles. Head on a little journey around town then head to dinner via the beautiful church (not as old as most about 120 years). We line up for about 20 mins to get into the Palmaranium ...
The spanish countryside is flashing past my window right now - a mixture of green pastures and red earth peaking through on the hills and mountains in the distance. We are on train crossing the country, leaving the Atlantic Ocean behind us at San Sebastián heading for the Mediterranean sea at Barcelona. It may rain in the plains of Spain but Cory and I have found out the weather can also be pretty miserable on the coast as well! Our last blog left us entering ...
... Eugenie visited regularly. Their time here is still remembered. Eugenie was the inspiration for the tiny church called Chapelle Imperiale, and the stately Hotel du Palais was also built for her.
In Australia we don't have beach places like this. better beaches yes, but not the historical surrounds that we find here.