Ibis Biarritz Anglet Aeroport
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... after all. There was also a special exhibition of the life and works of Edouard Debat-Ponsan. Who? You know, the celebrated French Impressionist/Pre-Raphaelite/Tissot lookalike and supporter of Dreyfus, who lived 1847 to 1913. No, we had not heard of him either, but his paintings were certainly worth seeing.
We lunched in an Alsace restaurant, the plat de jour of chicken fricassee and rice followed by ...
... The town was buzzing with a surf competition, The Women's Roxy Pro, the surf wasn't great for the women but as professionals they were able to make it work so it was still pretty good to watch. The rest of our time was spent splurging on winter clothes for the ski season. With cheap outlet shops (similar to the ones in Torquay) we were able to purchase our ski gear and some other essentials for the coming European ...
... that had intimidated us the night before and went in search for it. I hoped it was open so we could redeem ourselves. Not only was it open, but the food was amazing. We didn't bother with the prepared tapas on the table and went straight to ordering from the menu. We ordered the beef cheek, foie gras, and oxtail. All three were cooked perfectly, tender and juicy. It was our first time eating foie gras and I fear it set the bar too high. Happy and full, I was ready ...
... we sat in Spain eating our lunch looking at France. On the way back towards San Sebastián we stayed on the more major roads rather than heading back over the mountain which meant that we got back about 30 minutes quicker than we taken to head out so a great return trip. We still had time later in the day for a walk around Pasai Donibane (the small village that we're staying in close to San Sebastián. ...
... out somewhere anything less than Ace.
I guess these large groups gravitate together, an affinity to compatriots abroad, no matter how odd they might be and whether you would select them into your peer group back home goes out the window. A bit like how cat fur clumps together in my house, once off the cat.
A number of these large groups were being led around the town with guides briefing them of how to behave during the bull run. I stood aside the ...