Hotel Le Biarritz
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for the kids - Oh well.
The final activity of the week to report on was a little trip to the fun park which was right on the water at 1 end of the beach. It is pretty self explanatory - see attached for photos. The kids loved it. There is another one at the other end of town with a roller coaster on the top of a cliff, so that is very high on the agenda for the boys along with lots of beach, cooking classes and more pintxos for this week.
... English. I then saw a young girl, who looked very questioningly at me. "What is your name, madame?" she said with a british accent, although she was very French. "Knepper", I said. "No... I do not know... I look for boat...". she replied. (She is now standing at the end of the gangplank for Milena. "What is the name? " she repeated. "Knepper" I said. "Yacht Milena". "Milena, yes.... I do not see name of boat. (she is standing right in front of the name at ...
... shoes and wade into the surf, but can't get wet since we didn't pack bathing suits or changes of dry clothes. The girls follow instructions for the most part. We leave the beach dry, except for the moist parts.
The pictures do a decent job of telling the story of this day, no major blockbuster events or sights just a very nice day exploring a beautiful town.
... Finished at 7pm, after playing and singing with the kids, jumping in the water for some relief from the heat periodically. They're more than entertained with the happenings around them - who could be bored watching a few thousand people go by? Back for a shower to get rid of the sand, get changed and head out for drinks and dinner. It is a spectacular night, alot quieter than last night, but it's Sunday and most shops are closed, even in this hot, happening wee ...
... walk from the main beach which was awesome. The sunsets there were amazing, every night we watched the sunset and were blown away by how beautiful they were. On our first night in San Sebastian Lisa and I drank Sangria and watched the sunset, it was stunning and it was one of those moments that made you stop and take it all in and remember that we were in Spain and on the holiday of a life time! Moments like these make all of the hard days of getting up before the ...