TripAdvisor Reviews Les Acanthes Hossegor
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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, ...
... Basque people from their French and Spanish "hosts," not limited to the obvious, being language and architecture, but including distinctive DNA traits.
The Basques are not happy with the vagaries of history that have left them a conquered and divided nation. Separatist movements in the region have led to acts of terrorism and blood has been shed.
The transition from France to Basque country is quite dramatic. The first thing ...
... in trying to convince the other that this was their bit of wood. Thankfully they eventually gave up and flew off. Today we have woken to discover that there is a mist laying over the valley, so our plan to take the small train up the mountain of La Rhune has had to be shelved as its selling point was the outstanding views. So we left the Aire early to drive to St Jean Pied De Port. We are hoping to stay on a municipal camp site run by the local council. On arrival the site is open ...
... Valencia). Then, two more English vans arrive in the evening, and park next to us. One is heading home, the other heading south.
Friday 22nd March 2013
Fine for most of the day, but, by evening a thunderstorm rolls over with quite heavy rain.
Mundane tasks still have to be done, so, this morning is spent washing clothes and hanging them out to dry.
We also need to do a bit of ...
... cycling like mad to the beach in the
hopes that the swell’s picked up. I’ve come to the conclusion ‘Magicseaweed’ is
rubbish, they claim to predict 7 days in advance, but get the actual days
forecast completely wrong
It’s good to see the healthy
state of surfing in France, the Capbreton Surf Club sits above a long beach
with the remains of huge WWII concrete bunkers, lying at odd angles having ...