Grand Tonic Hotel Biarritz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Tonic Hotel Biarritz
Service brilliant. So welcoming and spoke to us in English which was so helpful. Yes place is a little older but it's good, and really handy a hop skip and jump away from the beach. Staff gave us full information on what to do and how to get around while we are here - great choice!
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... school black and white photos. We had some done for free, and will check them tomorrow (for fun). We made one more stop and by this time the pubs were getting quite busy. We didn't fancy anything big to eat at the pubs. So on our way home we stopped at a creperia and shared some crepes. With a full tummy we headed home to bed. The wind had picked up and it was getting cold, so we were ready to snuggle in the ...
... Gaudi a man far ahead of his time. we stop for 1 hour to find our own dinner in a street with lots of local cafés and a little street market selling cooked local food. Then to a wonderful city lookout, a drive past some Olympic sights eventually stopping at a fabulous fountain/music/coloured lights show plaza Espania. The show is free and is repeated every half hour. Back in our room 10.30pm - exhausted. 16/6/14. Barcelona. 8.30 ...
... out pintxos (tapas in Basque) San Sebastian style - have one pintxo, one drink at a bar, then move onto another bar for another pintxo and another drink; strolling along the seawall that takes you from the harbour, around a bay, and alongside a river; and checking out some of its architecture (we actually got locked into one of its cathedrals!).
We also discovered some very nice Basque food ...
... Annecy at midnight after leaving Biarittz at 8.45am and we free camped in the municipal camping ground till 7am. We spent over €130 in tolls and around €100 in fuel driving across. Karen our GPS also took us on a lovely detour through the middle of Lyon as it was obviously shorter than driving around on the ring road just to keep me on my toes. We also got a lot of rain but the drive seemed relatively ...
... He kept trying to speak to us in Spanish, despite the man next to him laughing and telling him over and over again 'No hablan Espaņol' (They do not speak Spanish).
When we arrived at the campsite we were expecting a quiet rural retreat, not a ranging party of mostly Americans, Australians and other English speaking party animals. We aren't normally the 'party type' but this was a welcoming site after so many days without an easy English conversation. Much ...