Les Terrasses d'Atlanthal
Travel Blogs from Anglet
... out on dinner at the 2 star Michelin restaurant, Mugaritz, and it was divine. Twenty two courses on the menu with a couple of complimentary ones on top of that, they never stopped serving, course after course for 3 hours. I'm convinced there were more staff (kitchen and wait staff) then there were guests. I couldn't do the meal justice if I tried to describe it. A meal of a lifetime and well worth doing.
Well we made it to Santiago. The last day in was one to remember as we knew that it wasn´t a long walk only 20 kms and of course it was our last day. But, we have learned that you can or should never under estimate the camino. So, it was 20 kms to the outskirts of Santiago and then it was a good 4/5 kms into the cathederal which is the end. Also, it rained heavily as we walked in we were absolutely water logged along with all of ...
... and they had not seen such a beautiful sunset for some time.
Akelarre offers three different tasting menus of nine courses, Aranori, Bekarki and The Akelare's Classics. Battery Boy had the modern Aranori menu with matching wines while Video Girl had the more traditional Bekarki menu. Each tasting menu commences with a starter called, "Sea Garden", consisting of prawn's sand, oyster leaf, mussel with 'shell', sea urchin's sponge, ...
... In the evening we packed a picnic of cheese and a wine from this region and sat on end beach with the other people who were also enjoying the beautiful day. This town seems to be a little confused. It's a mixture between French, Spanish, Portuguese, and Mexican in the buildings and restraints. The people speak French and Spanish since it's close to the border, and everyone's skin is dark and leathery. It's nice tho. We like it a ...
... bad things were in terms of
fruit production. But other than the mildew everyone was well and the
vegetable garden we had helped with during our stay was blossoming
due to the rain so not all was lost!
literally had 2 hours in Castillion until our next train to Bordeuax,
then from Bordeaux to Hendaye which is the last french town before
you cross the border into Spain. We had a 2 hour wait here until the
next leg of our train took us across ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility