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Travel Blogs from Anglet
... for the kids - Oh well.
The final activity of the week to report on was a little trip to the fun park which was right on the water at 1 end of the beach. It is pretty self explanatory - see attached for photos. The kids loved it. There is another one at the other end of town with a roller coaster on the top of a cliff, so that is very high on the agenda for the boys along with lots of beach, cooking classes and more pintxos for this week.
... watching the French enjoy their summer holidays.
Our tour guide Vincent led us to the harbour and to get some Basque Macarons which are completely different from the coloured ones but delicious. The harbour square area was a delight with the water clean and grey mullet swimming, artistes painting and selling their works. The town is beautiful.
Back to the car and off to Spain and San Sebastian which we had heard so much about.
I was glad ...
... 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 ...
... sweet/sour flavour - very nice though!! Tomorrow we are moving on to St Jean de Luz 10k away but meant to be lovely and as we can only stay on the aire 48hrs and we have admin to do a campsite calls. 12th April After more rain during the night we woke to a blue sky and a sunny morning - yeay!! We packed up and were on our way by 10.15 and after a supermarket stop and wending our way through yet more roadworks on the outskirts of St Jean de Luz we arrived at our ...
... gothic style (although no church compares now after the sagrada familia in Barcelona) As the weather at this stage was not beach material, we decided to increase our sea creature knowledge and spend some time at the San Sebastian Aquarium (not before we got a tasty sandwich from our fav bakery of course). The aquarium was great and we all had fun looking at all the amazing sea animals (ash and tobi probably a bit more than Ange and I!) After the aquarium the ...
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