Sofitel Biarritz Le Miramar Thalassa Sea & Spa
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... is a very posh and expensive beach town! Luckily we were only there for one day to blow the budget! We went for a walk through the cute beach shops and Adam found somewhere to buy some replacement board shorts. We had worked up our thirst so decided to stop for a beer. Our first stop was a craft beer pub. Then we headed to a second pub. It was very modern and had a cool vibe. There was a photographer ...
... with the tour guide earlier in the day - a comfortable king size bed. Very good hotel wifi. all very modern. The room overlooks the busy road below and although we are on the second floor can easily hear traffic noise. The hotel is at least 2km walk from Las Ramblas but has a bus stop right in front. At 5.30pm we are out again for the optional tour beginning with a drive around some sights of the city, go into the fabulous Parc ...
Our original plan was to drive back to Monflanquin after spending 6 days with Nilufer and Stephan but we decided to check out San Sebastian as it was only an hour away from Bidarray. We had heard a lot of good things about this Spanish city, especially about its Basque cuisine.
We had a wonderful time in San Sebastian! From exploring the narrow windy streets of Old Town ...
... the success of the Alps. It was a lot easier to manage from my perspective but from the racing side of things not so good. The organisers will get feedback to make next years event better I'm sure.
We had a big day in front of us as we were attempting to get across to Annecy in two days. This drive turned into a 15hr event after trying to avoid the toll roads and then trying to find a camping ground. I ...
... Spanish than I do French (in this case 'a lot more' means more than three words haha). And thanks to dad I have "Donde esta el bano" burnt in to my brain. At least I will never be without means of finding a toilet (haha, thanks dad). It came in handy to know a little bit of Spanish as the Spanish people speak less English than the French do. The Spanish people also seem to be a lot friendlier than the French. There was an old Spanish man on the train who was ...