Les Terrasses d'Atlanthal
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of Les Terrasses d'Atlanthal
TripAdvisor Reviews Les Terrasses d'Atlanthal Anglet
Travel Blogs from Anglet
... cutting sheets of plywood and man-handling them up 30 feet to Aaron on the roof. It certainly was good for building muscle and trimming off extra weight.
Another help we planned for the first couple of days was to send our backpacks forward with a service provided by local entrepreneurs. This also proved to be a good idea particularly in light of the fierce winds we encountered on day 2 while crossing the Pyrenees, but I am getting ahead ...
... 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 ...
... After a little more charades, he understood and I got my "special" wine. We also managed to order two menu items that weren't on the bar, small successes on our part. Once we had our fill, we tried to explain to the bartender what we ordered, but in the rush, he just waved his hands and said, "How many did you eat?" While the tapas were tasty, we were hoping to sit down and get an actual plate of food. Some of the restaurants have sit down areas further inside, but ...
... Bus Station office and purchase your ticket. One bus every hour. Met some super nice people as we were waiting to board. There was an Autism conference on in San Sebastián, and many were on the bus that I was. I met two researchers from India (spoke perfect English),a scientist from Australia and two speech/hearing professors from North Carolina, UNC at Chapel Hill. All very interesting people. The bus ride was just over an hour. Now I'm ...
... full sitting position before the conductor started directing people out of the train.
Once seated I did translate the French instructions to English, clarifying that there was positively nicer bus service to take anyone standing up...what a b'stard translator. The funny thing is that the conductor kept say "oui, oui, l' autobus, oui", and smiling while waving his right hand towards the outside. Good luck to them...the Camino has started earlier!