Le Tuc D'Eauze
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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 ...
... hotel which was all locked up for the afternoon when we went there! But again, helpful people at the hotel beyond that had the code to unlock the door, and there were our bags!!! Phew! So we took them back to where we are now booked in (and I emailed our Camino people to let them know in case other people have our problem - they are so good, they certainly would have let us and the bag people know if they had known!!). Anyway all is ...
... Saturday nights out most weekends I should imagine.
Back from the old town and promenade is the 'modernista' part. Backing onto the river. Very french with lovely old lamps, larch tree walkways, sculptures and public gardens. Around the church there, it was beautiful, all paved streets with outdoor cafes, fountains in quiet squares and 19th century blocks shaded with flowers. The city is a real mix of french and spainish ...
... world and we doubt our sanity. But other times after a big day you will say, " I'm clean, I'm tired, the weather is beautiful, the scenery is beautiful. It doesn't get any better than this." Liz and I have also become known as the drug distributors of the Via Podensis as we always have the remedy for most problems. And I have codeine! I would not swap this for anything in the world. It is torture but it is wonderful. I do believe you become addicted. And ...
... artists works during war times and they were very sombre and dark and depressing hence we didn't enjoy it. It was a real disappointment after travelling half a day and costing a lot in travel as well to get there.
On our way back we stopped at San Sebastion, a town that we read had one of, if not the best beach in all of Europe. Well take a look at the photos. We were in shock at how many people were there and ...