Jumble Spoiler – 01/07/22

How to Get from Barcelona to San Sebastian

Visual Description:  Bay of Biscay dreaming.

PRSUN  =  SPURN,  SEBSL  =  BLESS,  NIQATU  =  QUAINT,  FSAAIR  =  SAFARI   —   Giving us:  UNBESQUNSAI

Clue/Question:  They stayed at the beach resort near the Span-France border to – – –

Pergola beach - The Basque Country Beaches in Saint-Jean-de-Luz - Guide du  Pays Basque

Answer:  BASQUE IN THE SUN

(Ya gotta love a good literate pun!  I know next to nothing about Basque Country, except that it’s that it’s in northern Spain, and borders France, as the clue/question already told you.  It’s in the western foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains, which separate Spain and France.  That’s all I got.  I’m basking in my ignorance.

There were no new clue words again today.  However, all four jumbles are coming up as new.  None of them gave me any trouble.  The answer letter layout was an excellent eleven letter jumble.  I thought it was well-crafted to be cryptic.

Beautiful scene of a couple on the beach.  The Bay of Biscay is supposed to be lovely.  I liked the Pyrenees Mountains in the background.  Be well and do good, friends.)   —   YUR

Images courtesy of Google

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