Residence La Croisiere

Address: 4 Rue de Lavigne, Anglet, Aquitaine, 64600, France | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Anglet

Guest Speaker Response

A travel blog entry by jessicaamelia on Jun 12, 2015

... under Franco’s reign. Franco saw his success in the civil war as a reason to harshly punish the Basque for choosing to become autonomous rather than join forces with Franco. Because of this, Franco attempted to make the Basque culture disappear forever. Had the dictatorship of Franco been continued I wholeheartedly believe that Basque culture and language would simply be a thing of the ...

It's off to San Sebastián

A travel blog entry by thefinnegans on Apr 09, 2014

11 photos

... Spanish. No way you can understand them. Not even when I broke out my cheat sheet. (Doesn't that scream tourist!). As long as they were smiling and laughing, I felt okay. I like it here. Here is a couple of little fun facts: Hitler had this placed bombed once because he hated it and the people (very angry man). The people of San Sebastian hate Spain. That is why they have chosen to speak their own language. ...

The Wide Beaches of San Sebastián

A travel blog entry by erinkats on Aug 18, 2013

9 photos

... at the beach. On the walk back we noticed the beach was pretty packed, covered with colorful umbrellas and sunbathers. Not easily swayed we changed into bathing suits and found a small spot to soak up some rays in. It was still pretty comfortable on the beach even though it was the hottest time of the day. We were there for the rest of the afternoon, reading and taking turns swimming in the clear water. The only reason we left our comfortable spot was we had ...

Day 8, Escource to Anglet

A travel blog entry by omarandleonard on Jul 30, 2013

2 photos

Our last full day in France! Last night was one of the nicest evenings we've had on this trip. We stayed with a lovely young couch surfing couple who cooked us a wonderful dinner, made us feel fully at home and even got up early this morning to give us breakfast. It was a really restful night and we set off feeling great this morning. The only slight problem was the inch long rent in my tyre that we discovered last night. With a ...

Andrew's Camino

A travel blog entry by andrewhorsey on Mar 01, 2013

35 comments, 12 photos

... genuinely very worried about globalisation, which might cause Africans to move over there, bringing back memories of the Moors invading over 800 years ago.
In my notebook entry today I have put that I am still carrying too much kit, but can't think of anything else to cut down on,and I wish I had learnt some Spanish before I set off! When I set off it was reminiscent of Laurie Lee, but having moved in to the countryside here, I am reminded now ...