Le Pavillon Bleu
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- Minbar in room
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... day here. Went into town for the day and had a great paella for lunch, same place we had it with Robyn and Richard four years ago. Still as good now! 27/10. Off to Bordeaux for three days sight seeing. Hotel is good and on a direct "light rail" connection to Bordeaux. 1.50 euro and the ticket is good on train bus and ferry for one hour. Spent Wednesday walking around Bordeaux and along the river. Had lunch sitting by the river (and the factory outlets! Nothing ...
... A big drive from Roscoff to a town just out of Bordeaux, then the next day onto Hossegor south west of France. We had a few goes at using our year 9 French skills stopping at local markets on the way and picking up in season fruit and veg including nectarines and apricots..and of course a baguette! We arrived in Hossegor on probably the busiest Saturday possible - first Saturday of school summer holidays ...
... out for a stroll.
Just as we got to the town-proper, it began to rain again....and in our eagerness we hadn't brought our brollies or anoraks (there's only so much a man can carry...) so we retreated ...
... due I suppose to the size of the steps taken on stilts. It was a lovely little place and rather peaceful with just the sound of sheep bells and birds including the good old cuckoo - certainly worth the visit. We made our way to Dax, France's premier Spa' town, our intended stop for the next couple of days, and after an interesting drive through the town leaving us wondering if our campsite actually existed, we arrived. Having set up we took a quick bike ride in to town ...
We arrived at Gatwick on the
train we then stood in the queue for a good hour or so until we finally dropped
our heavy bags and got on the plane to Bordeaux then we got on the train to
Bayonne then the bus to Capbreton and then the lady who owned the apartment
fortunately came and got us from the bus station as it was late and there were
not taxis. We were all very hot and tired when we arrived at ...