Premiere Classe Bayonne
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
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... and tasty, and our guy suggested a bottle of Muscadel to match. He then talked us into sharing a chocolate gateaux we didn't need, gave us 2 glasses of the local liqueur, and a coffee!! Thank God we only had to walk around the corner to get home!
So that's it for France, and tomorrow we get on the bus and head to San Sebastián, and the prospect of putting on another 5 kilo!! Life's tough when you're the King!! ...
... at the beach. With quite a steep decline into the water the large waves bounded in. The four of us swam towards the back set where a life guard signaled with his whistle to come closer to the beach. Lucky I am quite a strong swimmer as the current dragging the water out combined with the waves rolling in quite fast made it a bit of of a challenge. Mainly due to fact I was struggling to keep my bikini top on and preventing the bottom was washing out to sea the ...
This morning we dropped off our luggage at the gorgeous Le Bayonne Hotel and headed for Biàrritz, the luxurious seaside town only 8 miles from Bayonne. We emerged from the parking garage directly onto the huge halfmoon white sandy beach of Biarritz where quite a few topless sunbathers were already enjoying the beautiful weather.
Maryln and I sat on the terrace café for our petit jeneure. We kept on ...
Up at 6.15am. This was a lovely motel. I had a room 105 on the 1st floor. Really country motel just like in country Victoria... Balcony out the front. Breakfast was lovely. Off to Biarritz seaside town. Beautiful day about 26 degrees. We stopped at the lighthouse so we could see the view down into the town. Magnificent. 3 hours for exploring and watching the surfers and swimmers. Had a great time ...
... ordering Txakoli (local cloudy white wine), Sidra (cider) and bar hopping to eat different pintxos. Our favourite meal, however has been a hilarious seafood bar La Mejillonera that only sells mussels, calamari, patas bravas (spicy potatoes) and sangria. And a side serving of baguette of course. For a few euros we are full for the day, but agree its probably the best seafood we've eaten. All the more fun because ...