De Chiberta & Du Golf Hotel
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... its not dear, the wine, beer and local Astruian cider is all good value too. Mostly you select two each, plus a drink in one bar- snack, drink and move on to the next bar. Saturday is rammed in the old town, full of all ages together having a good time whilst going on to the next place. They stay out very, very late and love being out. And why wouldn't you when the place you live is so great. There were people dancing the tango on ...
... As soon as we hit the road it started raining, then raining more, then hailing, then lightning and thunder, then a little bit of flash flooding. This place seems to have a pretty good climate, but they do know how to have a storm, and when it rains, it really p!sses it down. Due to Steve's good planning and navigating, we arrived at our destination with about 15 minutes until their estimated arrival and we got to within 500m in the car. A quick walk and ...
... the knife then tapped it against the front window of the store and shouted, "English, English!" To which a young Spanish girl ran into the store from the street.
Video Girl asked again, "Do you sell candles for birthday cakes?" The girl then spoke to the man (who was still holding the knife) in Spanish. He then replied 'non' then laughed.
Video Girl is still looking for candles.
... of Biarritz were converted into quarters, labs and class spaces for U.S. service personnel. The University opened 10 August 1945 and approximately 10,000 students attended an 8 week term. This campus was set up to provide a transition between army life and subsequent attendance at a university in the USA, and therefore students attended for just one term. After three successful terms the G.I. University closed in March 1946 Hôtel du Palais by ...
... later. We arrive at the hotel, Grand Tonic Hotel, it's nice, the staff all greet us in English, they're exceptionally helpful. We unpack and head to the beach. It's a bit overcast and the sea breeze is welcomed - but it is beautiful. Think the Mount's busy at summer ? You ain't seen anything - people are littered everywhere! Topless sunbathers, some wearing g-strings, Paul's eyes were just about popping out. Young, old, small, large, they're all ...