Le Windsor Grande Plage Biarritz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Pets allowed
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... climates as well as going through clouds which was a first for the boys. The view from the top was pretty stunning and we bought a couple of baguettes and some water and decided to head off on our hike down. The map looked pretty straight forward, there is one track down from the summit, and then about half way down there are 4 paths that go in different directions. No worries at all. Off we go down the only road/path we can find along ...
... you are the only "angel", that has truly earned your name. Shame on you, on more time GRINDOZ, the horrible. Ok.... enough of my complaining about the inadequacies of this horrid agency! Once at the station, we took our bags to the platform, and waited for the 10:57 train to Bordeaux. The train was right on time, and after struggling only a little while, we were all situated at our table for 4, for the next 8 hours and 15 minutes. I was really dreading this lengthy ...
... art. Walked around the city and sampled our first pinxtos for lunch at Meson Martin - amazing! For a few euros little morsels of seafood, vegetables and meat beautifully presented along the bar. We tried a few more at a second bar in the old city and then hit the beach for the afternoon. We found out the its the start of the week long San Sebastián fiesta this week so timing is great but also explains the problems with getting, ...
... blatantly oblivious to anything but counting sheep and heavy breathing. So after the excitement of winning from afar, we head to the beach - it's 11, we hire a little umbrella with shade side for €10 - our base for the day. Blue skies, nothing but blue skies can I see - they're lyrics from a song aren't they? Anyway, MAGIC. Kids straight to the beach with Paul, me I open Tyler Hamilton's book 'The Great Race' which Paul's already read. Was recommended to me by a friend ...
... trees separate the walkway from the fronts of the hotels and apartments that line the foreshore. This part of San Sebastian reminded us of Nice, France.
There was a light wind blowing onto the shore and it was a magical and refreshing evening. We sat on the terrace of a cafe and enjoyed some wine and shared a hamburger. It was then time to stroll back to the pension. Rain certainly did not dampen this day for ...