- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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We left Pat and John this morning about 9am. Meg the dog was distraught she fell in love with Suz. We motored all day and arrived by the beach in Biarritz. We paid the tolls I have discovered that by the time you have slowed for all the roundabouts you use more fuel its actually cheaper to pay the toll. We had a beer overlooking the Atlantic in the ...
... we were just walking into Maslacq (and again enough to really need protection, even if only for 5 minutes till we got to the hotel). We arrived before 11 am!!!! So didn't expect our room to be ready, or our bags to have arrived, but as we were all wet we went in and they were SO nice. Quickly finished our room, our bags HAD arrived and when Amr asked about laundry services, they said they don't have any, but ...
... then an hour or so to San Sebastian. This town is a wonderful welcome to Spain,a breath-taking, pretty city by the sea. It is gorgeous to look at, eat in, drink around, cycle or walk all over, swim in, sunbathe. It has it all, you can fly there and I would say you should. Its like nowhere else we have been. It looks like Rio from the top of its funicular railway too! We loved it, so easy to navigate on our bikes, we went out all day ...
... and building facades are different again to those seen in the other regions. I did notice that Bayonne has a lot of dog poo - I really had to keep an eye on the path while walking around. It would have to have been the worst so far. There are lots of signs up and special rubbish bins. I had a light dinner in the hotel restaurant - salmon and broccoli quiche with salad. The waitress was really quite entertaining as she did not hide her frustrations and she lacked quite a bit ...
... tomorrow not 23kms. So get to suffer on my final day. Seems appropriate. Even though St Jean Pied a Port is my destination I am going to have a days rest and then walk up to the Spanishi border for fun. It's about 16kms return I think. It also gives me a taste of the Spainish camino although there's no way I'm contemplating doing it in the future - one of you should though and let me know how it ...