St Jean du Luz

22 Aug


We parked in the local parking lot and walked along the docks on the way to Louis XIV home in St Jean du Luz. It is a small Basque Village outside of Bayonne, Fr. Sardines are their main catch but once it was whaling…going from big fish to small fish!

  
We stopped at the local sardine store where you could buy all kinds of sardines. We didn’t buy anything!

  
We toured Louis XIV home, well where he lived for 40 days before his marriage Marie Therese of Spain.

Then it was a take-away lunch from a great little shop.

  
Lunch on a bench outside Louis house consisted of chorizo on a baguette, fries and Kronenbough beer. 

Now it is on to Bordeaux for the evening.

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