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... was to become one of the most influential designers of the 20th century. The museum was great with excellent audio visuals and lots of clothes, from the 1920s to the 60s, on display.
Thursday night was spent in Segovia. This time, on the recommendations on Trip Advisor, we had dinner at Jose Maria Meson where the restaurant's specialty is conchillos: slow roasted suckling pig. The little pig came out ...
... swipers as we were constantly being eaten alive and this was by far the toughest section to date. The youngest of the group Alex (10 years) soldiered on bravely for several miles before we finally began our descent through a forest path to the town of Lezo.
We got our bags and boots off under a large protective roof in the town centre and sat down to lunch of bocadillos de jamon, queso, chorizo and chocolate and drank the rest of the water supply to replenish what had ...
... The starter was gazpacho soup, tomato, chilli and garlic flavour, followed by lamb with a mixture of white beans, carrot and bacon - all in all not bad, accompanied by a glass of local rosé and washed down with a coffee (all in the price). We then made our way to the front once more where we came across a small bridge which led out to a large rock, which allowed us a good view of the coast. Here Ei became enthralled watching a surfer swim further and further out ...
... to get through immigration (why do they have 2 people servicing a line of 400 people without EU/UK passports?) I headed for the Hilton for the most expensive nap I have ever had. I figured as I had another six hours before my next two hour flight which was leading to a three hour car ride it was either try and sleep now or risk ending up sick. It felt really odd to walk up to the hotel reception and ask to rent a room by ...
... bath and then fell asleep on a tile heated lounge chair. See photo. Can't tell you how much this fish enjoyed it. Lindsay walked to town to a "chino" (Chinese sundry) & bought nail polish remover, came back here and coiffed. We'll head for tapas when she wakes up from her nap. From what I hear, the tapas are amazing, so I gotta say I already love this place.
Other places to stay in Hendaye
Boulevard de la Mer, Hendaye | 4 star hotelfrom $94
102, Route de Behobie, Hendaye | 3 star hotelfrom $93
63/65 avenue des Mimosas, Hendaye | Hotelfrom $105
76 avenue des Mimosas, Hendaye | 3 star hotelfrom $177
29 Boulevard de la Mer , Hendaye | Hotel$85 average
32 Avenue des Magnolias, Hendaye | Hotelfrom $144
99, Boulevard de la Mer, Hendaye | Hotelfrom $106