Pierre & Vacances Residence Les Terrasses d'Arcangues
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... and David and I walked into town. Fifty minutes each way! It is such a pretty town and being Sunday it was particularly busy. Brought back old memories of the last time we were here with Robyn and Richard. Actually found the Hotel Magenta where we stayed. David has gone back into town this afternoon with Viv and Ian to show them the sites. They will be back I'm sure to watch the Australians play Argentina in the rugby. Watched the game and celebrated! Had ...
We left Pat and John this morning about 9am. Meg the dog was distraught she fell in love with Suz. We motored all day and arrived by the beach in Biarritz. We paid the tolls I have discovered that by the time you have slowed for all the roundabouts you use more fuel its actually cheaper to pay the toll. We had a beer overlooking the Atlantic in the ...
Biarritz was almost our last stop in France, we wanted to see the town and beaches as not been near a town in four weeks....plus heard mixed reviews. Its a place that was very popular before high society all went over to the other side i.e Cannes, in the late 50's and in a way has had its heyday. But its glamourous past as a victorian era resort has been restored, the beaches are packed with surfer dudes, its coastline walks & paths all ...
... after lunch and we had agreed to go and walk up a mountain that is one of the old pilgrimage and smuggles routes. Jim thought we should walk as far as little Rhune. There are several routes up the mountain that lead you into Spain. We got to a concrete pillar and one side is Spain and the other France so Kerry and I swapped sides for our photos. The walk was longer than I had anticipated and steep and rocky. It was also very beautiful and the higher you got the ...
... with money sent home from the West Indies and must never be sold or pawned. I was puzzled why the date recorded on the lintel was 1854. Maybe it had been rebuilt. After Ainhoa we visited Sare a larger village centred around a village square. This we did not feel was as attractive as Ainhoa, but nevertheless worth a visit. This evening Kath and Terry arrived after travelling down from the Loire and we all enjoyed a meal in the site ...