Travel Blogs from Capbreton
... then in true tourist fashion pop onto the tourist train for a meander around the vineyards and a potted history of the town. Lunch calls and we find a charming restaurant next to the old washing place in the town.
After a good lunch we set off for a tour of the Eglise momlith , catacombs and the heritage of old St. E himself. It was fascinating, but sadly no photographs were allowed. We the climb the Kings Tower for a panoramic view of ...
... your level of enthusiasm for the weather quite yet). But I no longer go to school in shorts and a t-shirt only to find out its actually going to be pouring when I get out of class. Similarly, since having internet I haven't shown up to class a sweaty mess because I thought a sweater, pants and boots were appropriate attire for the "cold weather", when it was actually just overcast, but still muggy and warm. So yes, the internet has been working wonders for me.
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It was certainly good to have push bikes on board so we could ride into the towns to collect supplies and do our sightseeing. One day we loaded them up with our washing and headed for the local "Laverie" (laundromat).
The week came to an end far too quickly and it was time to board our train and head for our next ...
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