Belambra Clubs - Les Vignes
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... picture. Maybe later... We were able to see yesterday's track very clearly across the valley and wondered what it is that makes us do this! We reached the summit of Iparla peak at an altitude of 1065 meters and were not sorry to reach the end of the climb. The going on the ridge was very tough over rocky terrain, so the going was still slow. After having lunch at the end of the ridge we descended to ...
... so you can stop trying to learn it honey:) French people are rude and it makes them very unattractive.
Train rides are long and boring. Only thing to do is eat and drink wine. We tried to bribe Katie to go find the beverage car for us but it failed miserably. We thought it might work if we bribe some of the 18 year olds to do it and we would buy them a glass of wine for going. That just seemed wrong and inappropriate to bribe kids with alcohol to ...
... the destination is changed to Lac de Ville St Girons (N43 54.178’ W1 18.572’), which, the Aires Book says has everything, Electricity, Showers, Toilets etc.
Tomorrow is to be our 27th Wedding Anniversay, but, as we leave the A63 motorway, a slight Sat Nav misunderstanding almost ensures we do not make it to our wedding anniversary without a divorce.
At the end of the motorway slip road is a ...
... labels, as the French don’t always advertise the grape used........we had a good time sampling a few bottles and enjoyed the music as well. The temperature at night dropped to 3 degrees so we were glad to move on the coast!
French hospitality hasn’t changed..........yesterday evening our neighbours invited us to a game of Petanque (also known as boules). They thought they were on to a good thing when we lost the first match but ...
... heads. All the housing in Bermeo is flats or apartments, usually about 6 or more storeys high. The strangest thing is that they all hang their washing from the balconies, windows so everywhere you look is washing flapping in the breeze.
We left Bermeo at about 4pm so did not have time to see Bilbao- next time!
Back to St Jean de Luz, we had dinner in town, lit a candle in the beautiful church for Dad's birthday then headed ...