Hotel du Palais
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- TV Channel One Russia
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We got up early even though this morning was the first morning where our bags did not have to be out at 6.30 or 7 am. We walked into Biarritz again and this time wondered around the paths above the sea. It was a beautiful seaside walk with the Atlantic Ocean on the rocks below. The swimming beach, boat sheds and restaurants were quite old fashioned but full of character. Our walk back through the town was interesting especially the produce market. ...
... she had not experienced this before, as I pointed out the additional "jets", that could also massage her feet. "oh no.... This is just wonderful, wonderful Robin, thank you...." Marina said so gleefuly. "we must bring Jacques here, tomorrow.... He would love this" After staying in the hot tub, and bubbling for around an hour and a half, we went back to the room. A lunch time salad, sounded good to both of us. Since Jacques was in Bayonne, ...
... the ones who introduced 'road rage' to Southern France. They drive fast and furious and all over the place, and yet they handle people stopping to chat, making u-turns in strange places, and scooters/motorbikes weaving in and out of everywhere without trying to cut people off or knock people over. The biggest problem we are having is remembering to look to the left BEFORE stepping onto the street. Biarritz as it turns ...
... no taxis and a 25min back track . . . We finally found the old part of SS 5 mins from where we started! Went looking for the great tapas bars we had read about . . . Found one lovely place but had not considered 2 things: (1) it was Easter Monday so lots of paces were closed and (2) 6 year olds who like plain food don't appreciated delicious tapas!! Next stop was the plaza for a coffee and a plain ham sandwich but they had run out of plain ham of course, only had the ...
... was. We could have sat elsewhere but we decided to go by our tickets and sit in the numbered seats corresponding to them, right at the front of the bus. Excellent!
The bus journey was much more pleasant that the one we took on Sunday to Stansted and I was keeping my eyes peeled for the border between Spain and France. The bus was stopped by police as we were required to present our passports, and I realised that we were in Hendaye. Looking back later, I ...