Premiere Classe Bayonne
Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Premiere Classe Bayonne from our 8 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Bayonne
... to use our flashlights on our phones to shower, eat and brush our teeth in the pitch black hostel before finally someone came down and reset the fuse box! But we managed the morning by getting ourselves to the bus station on time for our 1.5 hour bus ride to San Sebastián.
After a quick nap and a scenic bus ride on our way to San Sebastián we arrived in the centre along the Rio Urumea where we were fortunate enough to catch the morning rowers out ...
... of my walk. What i thought was a 5km leisurely walk to the gîtes in Hontto turned out to be one of the toughest aerobic tests ever. I think it has taught me a lesson that for tomorrow's 22km I need to pace myself. The gîtes in Hontto isn't too bad. I've just had dinner comprising of a four course meal with aperitif and wine. All this and board for 33€. Tomorrow will be the biggest test by ...
... you pay right there. If your pinxto is better warm, you can ask the waiter to heat it up for you.
-You eat your pinxtos.
-And then, for more variety, you leave the bar and repeat the whole process at another bar.
Honestly, the customs here fascinate me. How cool is that?
Enjoy the pictures below! REMEMBER TO READ THE CAPTIONS - because I try to explain every significant photo that I take! You'll learn a lot, I promise :)
Upon driving into Spain it started raining. Day 4 in spain as I write this, and it is still tipping it down. All footwear is now soaked, as are both my jackets, trousers and socks!!
Gave up waiting for the rain to stop and walked into San Sebastian. Nice city based in a sheltered bay with two large hills at either end. One has a small furnicular railway taking you to the top, the other is a more tiring walk through rivers of water flowing
down the footpaths. The summit however ...
... and there have been terrorist attacks. However, very few are extreme, and most celebrate both cultures and understand both french and basque. Basque is almost a mix between French and Spanish, both culturally and geographically. Bayonne is like the capital of the Basque country.) which is axoa-veal mixed with peppers and onion- and lamb kebab- which here is actually shredded and mixed with peppers and onions and thrown into a French bread pocket. We wandered the streets of the ...