We made our way to the Centre Ville and found where the crowds like to gather. I had discoveted this area this afternoon near Les Halles- the market area and guessed there would be action tonight. Sure enough it was starting to pump by the time we got there around 7.30. We got a drink, grabbed a table and started to participate in my favourite holiday activity. People watching!
It was a mixed crowd of locals – I guessed after closing up shop, tourists, many with babies in strollers, the older ones from near and far, and many young ones dressed in the uniform of La Fete.
We drank and watched until finally we moved up the ‘eat street’ and got a table at Bistro Les Halles. We sat at a street table with a good view and a cool breeze and I was pleased I’d brought my trusty black cashmere cardigan along. For heavens sake – it’s summer but feels cool and like winter in Brisbane.
We enjoyed a nice meal. Served a little cool but hey, everything is cool tonight! Including the people! We saw one guy who was a vision in pink. Now I know the French (and Italian) men like red pants but these were a deep pink with a lighter pink shirt and a deep pink jumper round his thin bony shoulders. Not a good look and as he and his partner? (Female) walking up the street heads turned!
Back to dinner!!! Steak for Steve , duck and veg on skewers for me. We shared a bottle of red. A Medoc from Burgandy. Are there any bad wines round here?
Finally back to the hotel to our very generous sized room ( this isn’t Paris) some photo downloading and before you know it Steve’s asleep!
So a few photos from tonight then bed
2 thoughts on “Night out in Biarritz”
I’m so enjoying your blog Fran – next best thing to being there, so I can enjoy it all via you.
Great to read about your travels Fran and to learn that you and Steve are getting out there with the locals !! Love the shot of the sleeping beauty ! Have a fantastic trip.
BJ and I are looking forward to flying to Hong Kong tomorrow night for 2 nights before flying onto London. I will follow your blog with interest. XX Pauline and Brian