Hotel Le Biarritz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We headed for Soulac sur mer, making sure the correct co-ordinates were in. This is a lovely seaside resort with the Aire on the edge of a dune looking over the beach, when a spot becomes in that front row... Luckily for us the next morning it did and I sprinted over with our bikes and chairs to keep the spot whilst David drove to it! Facing the sun all day, we saw the most fantastic sunest right in our living room i.e the and passenger seat. Amazing!! Soulac is great, cute shops, lovely ...
... well, but my oral professor is my favorite because though she is strict she is also hilarious and you can really tell she wants us to improve.
I keep having to remind myself that we are here to improve and that we don't have to be perfect. I think I'm not used to the structure of classes here so I'm freaking out quite a bit about grades because I really need to 4.0 and I feel like I'm trying so hard but still getting things wrong. One big thing that I have ...
... we didn't see any bears!
As we drove into our first French village, the sun came out as if to annoint us in some way. We decided it was because we managed to avoid reducing the number of pilgrims! It was picture postcard stuff driving through the French countryside.We told Madame GPS to avoid toll roads and she took us all over the place. They have had a lot of rain and everything was so green and there wildflowers and beautiful gardens on every ...
... more about how this city came to be and what kind of social undercurrents are bubbling below its initial impression.
Day two was unusual in that we arrived home, made dinner and lunches for the next day, showered and settled in for the night so much earlier than we normally do. Maybe it was the special luxury of having our own room in which to deflate after a day out, or simply how cumulatively tired we've become, but it was so nice to ...
... br> July 8
Woke this morning after not such a bad sleep, it's much cooler here than Madrid (27-30 degrees) so sleeping is a bit easier. Went down for "breakfast" which consisted of a few packets of bread, cornflakes, UHT milk and a toaster. Anyhow, it's free, so we made some toast and left pretty quickly. We've decided to make the most of the beaches here, as this will be one of our last beach stops on this trip. We packed bags for the day, bought ...