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biarritz - 2008/09/15 09:36 Hey there,
I am headed to biarritz around the middle of october for 4 days. Does anybody know a cheap place to stay there? any advice would be much appreciated. Unfortunately I wont be able to surf on this trip (healing from shoulder surgery) but I am excited to visit.
-hanna
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Re:biarritz - 2008/09/15 18:53 Hey,

there is a youth hostel in Biarritz where you can stay. And I think it isn't really expensive. The other opinion is to stay in one of the small hotels in small cities around biarritz. bidart for example.

have a great time their.

greets
paul
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Re:biarritz - 2008/09/16 03:45 Good info, Herthapaule! In addition, there is also a youth hostel at Anglet, but many hotels and other houses are closed at end of season just now. Check the site of Anglet:

http://www.anglet-tourisme.com/2-21339-Accommodation.php

Have fun!
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Re:biarritz - 2008/09/16 22:14 most of the cheaper haunts may be closed by october, surf should be good, shame you'll be out of action. try for somewhere out of biarritz, anglet or even hossegor to the north, bidart, st jean de luz, guethary or even san sebastian (lots of fun anytime) to the south and pack for late nights and cold and wet days.
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Re:biarritz - 2008/09/17 02:25 thanks for the info guys. are you saying I'd have better luck finding a place in hossegor? i know the season is mostly over. I am bummed to be missing out on what should be great surf, but it should still be great to just check it out.
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Re:biarritz - 2008/09/17 14:51 the tourist season may last a bit longer in hossegor so may be worth a look. even in biarritz it seems like most of managers/receptionists at the budget places want to speak french, basque or spanish and getting things organised in english can be a bit sketchy. even at some of the more expensive rental agencies the property managers don't do english too well. visiting the basque country is always a good opportunity to try out your french and spanish, the locals love it when you give basque a go and they're pretty laid-back.
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