Premiere Classe Bayonne
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... they just asked me to clean the loo. And the food is wonderful! Aforementioned boulangerie and patisseries have been our prime targets. We have a habit of a cake per day and have been eating an awful lot of pastries for breakfast and baguettes for lunch. We went on a bit of a splurge yesterday, being our last day in Paris. I had duck, and Bridget had a goat cheese salad. Both delicious. Now I'm not sure if I have remembered everything from that ever so charming first ...
... Ainoa and her partner, Xabi in their apartment in Bayonne. Bayonne is the capital of the French Basque Country and is an attractive towns in southwest France, 30km from the border of Spain. It is a well preserved old town (until 1907 it was actually forbidden to build outside the town's fortifications) keeping most of its charm. Bayonne is known for its fine chocolates, produced in the town for 500 years, and Bayonne ham, a cured ham seasoned with peppers from ...
Weather didn't know what to do today - but finally decided that the clouds would clear enough for a little bit of warm sun - very windy though. Managed to cycle back to Bayonne by a different route for much of the day - much easier without the torrential rain to see the bike route signs - but they do tend to take you up hill and down dale to miss a bit of main road.
Lots of hills to ...
... Bayonne is renowned for its excellent
hams and we were not disappointed.
sun only sets well after 10 pm, so the streets teemed with moms, dads,
children, infants in strollers and groups of teenagers hanging out at the bars
on the sidewalk watching the world soccer cup games. We explored the streets
and then headed back.
... looks so good and fresh, it's so hard to choose from. We must have tried at least 6 or 7 different bars, sticking our head in to suss out what they had on offer and going in if we liked the look of it. This was lunch and dinner on day 1! 3 or 4 of them each are more than enough for a meal. Mikey couldn't get enough! They ranged in quality and price, and can quickly add up and you end up eating way more than you need to. You can get everything ...