Sofitel Biarritz Le Miramar Thalassa Sea & Spa
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... s economy the pilgrims bring a much appreciated boost to these areas. As such the locals are generally very welcoming with many "Buen Camino" greetings.
That's it for this blog entry. Just so ya know I will probably do the whole Camino pilgrimage over only a few blog entries with lots of pictures rather than regaling you with the many stories arising from this walk. After all, it is a walk like this that inspired Canterbury Tales which this is not!
... the Heart came on and Sal got the non-English speaking cabby to crank the stereo and started belting it out. We went the wrong way at Latresne which is our closest town, but unfortunately the cabby couldn't hear me shouting from the back that we were going the wrong way due to Sal's exuberant and somewhat musical interpretation of the Bonnie Tyler classic. That song cost about 20 Euro in extra cab fare but rounded out a pretty funny night.
Friday was ...
... a notable tourist centre for Europeans, and East Coast North Americans. The city has also become a prime destination for surfers from around the world, developing a nightlife and surf based culture. At the end of World War II in Europe, the U.S. Army's Information and Educational Branch was ordered to establish an overseas university campus for demobilized American service men and women in the French resort town of Biarritz. Under General Samuel L. McCroskey, the hotels ...
... carriage with about 5 bodies in it. He comes back and we ALL go marching with suitcases in tow past the dogs, bikes, people blocking doorways, it's quite the sight for sure. Now in my nice big chair in the aircon I'm feeling "zen". Another train change at Bayonne, the next train we board we are squashed up like sardines, we're standing with our bags, in the join of the carriage, laughing actually, at least it's cool. And VOILA we arrive in Biarritz about ...
... surfed before, but they got hooked. Just another reason I will try it out next Aussie summer. These two pointed us in the direction of an underground market. Literally an underground market, with fresh fruit and vegetables, meats and seafood. Fresh markets are by the best places to shop. Soon after we headed round to the train station, only to be told we couldn't get the tickets there but to try the other station. Along the way to the other station, we came across a milk machine. ...