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... There is only Bordeaux and a few hundred km more between us and Paris Montparnasse. I am still hungry and will go to get the Croque Messieur I had on the way to Biarritz - exactly a wonderfully full week ago. Then a yogurt with coffee, mineral water and falling asleep reading "Le sourire des Femmes" which I had bought in Hendaye... Or blissfully sleep... Or, more probably, both. I am reading the book after being awaken by the conductor to see my ticket. We passed Bordeaux ...
... torture) put me in San Sebastián for my final day in Spain. San Sebastián is a beautiful city with many beaches and surfers and a high end shopping culture. It is also known for its pintxiaos and Basque cuisine. If you have a chance to try Potatas Bravas while here, I would highly recommend it. San Sebastián left me with a bit of a bad taste in my mouth after arriving at 6:45 and having to wait until 9 for the "lockers" to open for me to store my ...
... I was getting. A couple beside me looked at me quizzically so I said I thought it was a regional train. I asked them where they were off to and then realised they were Australian. They were from Victoria - and were following their daughter around Europe at the moment - she is a cyclist racing for the Swiss team - Taryn Heather. What a small world. They were on the same train and going a little further on than Leon. The international road championship are on in the ...
... the next 3 days we did road trips around the country side and along the coast, stopping in the small towns and eating delicious Pintxos (Kinda like Tapas: small snacks lines up along the bar counters). The idea being that you have a beer and a snack and then move onto the next bar and do the same there. DELICIOUS.
We also did the touristy thing and visited the San Sebastien Aquarium. Slightly disappointing I must say. Lots of model ships and ...
... in France and tentative about coming to Spain was that Jess can speak French but neither of us has much idea when it comes to Spanish. We had been brushing up on our Spanish by using a little phrase book we have and Jess got the perfect chance to practice when at the first paystation for the motorway tolls I drove into the wrong lane and was at a booth for lorries with a special card. It was unmanned so Jess had to get out and go to the next booth where ...