Le Tuc D'Eauze
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... day basically doing nothing apart from drinking tea and chatting, 35degs ahhhhhhh. Then spent the evening doing exactly the same but with a beer or 2. On the move again tomorrow, gotta do Bordeaux again, gulpppp , oh n if you ignore Ted the dog he nips what ever part of you that's ...
... to push a broken down car, now that's boredom! 4pm n still in traffic, making some progress but not a lot, pretty sure the only suntan we're goina get is on the arm nearest the window and our knees through the windscreen, :-( . Well after 8 and a half hours we arrived in Linxe, and safely reversed it into Ellie's drive. PHEW....... collapsed into a chair with a cold beer. The party was a ...
... connections. It was also funny when the same taxi driver picked me up at the hotel to take me to the bus station as it was the same taxi driver I had had for the train station - it was a little difficult explaining where I was going and he did the typical thing of saying the same thing louder and louder in the hope that I would understand. I showed him on the map and all was ok. We had a little bit of time stuck I traffic so he turned on the radio and started whistling away to jazz ...
30 January 2014
We fail to set the alarm, and are a little late at getting away in the morning, we have approximately 350 miles to go, to our next planned destination, which is Moliets Plage, Landes (N43 51’ 5.8” W1 23’ 6.7”) an Aire with no facilities, other than street lighting and a Public toilet.
But, Kathleen has looked up the recommended Aire, and decided, she is not impressed, ...
... so essentially I had a scenic tour for the return fare of €7.30, over four hours! Not bad!
To top of my Guggenheim excursion, and well while I was there I also went on the tram through Bilbao, it is actually a very beautiful city, prettier than what I have seen of San Sebastián. Anyway back on topic! while I was there I needed a wifi hub to sort out some banking, so I found a cafe with wifi, and of course because I was in the Basque region they had ...