Les Terrasses d'Atlanthal
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Martine drove us through the Pyrenées into Spain, this morning. We explored San Sebastián and then had tapas for lunch. It was fun to try out our Spanish. We found a great ice cream shop and also bought some souvenirs. From there, we went back into France and spent some time in Saint Jean de Luz. This town is famous because it is here that Louis XIV married Eugenie of Spain, forming the Peace Treaty of the Pyrenées. Lastly, we went to ...
... communication for a little portion of our trip. A few hugs goodbye and we were on the train. It was going to be a 7 hour train trip with 2 train swaps. A few hours into the first leg there was a French announcement over the speakers and we tried to guess what it was based on people's reactions. Jase won. It was a large delay. Something had happened at one of the stations and the police with their big bullet proof vests ...
... of the coast reminded us of the area around Byron with farmland running down to the coast. There was a section that looked like Lennox and there were plenty of surfers about enjoying some of the good small waves on offer. We had breakfast in a restaurant/hotel that had this huge grassy area with tables that overlooked the coast. We figured life doesn't get much better.
San Sebastián, for those not in the know, is regarded as the foodies capital of the world. It has ...
... it was an easy walk as I had booked the first night at the "L' auberge du Pelegrin" (16 euro night). Its right in the centre and next to the Information Office where everyone registers to get the Camino Passport.
The idea with the Passport is that you get stamps as you stay in the different pilgrim places. Its also obligatory if you want to sleep in one and you can only get it in St Jean, Roncesvalles or Leon (or your local St James association if you ...
... villages in Spain. It is a 2 hour drive west, and well worth it. The streets of the old town are as they were hundreds of years ago with only minor modern changes creeping in. The streets are still roughly cobbled and very narrow, with many original buildings and a great atmosphere around. We visited the Palaeolithic cave of Altamira that was discovered just outside of the village – which has intact ceiling ...