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Travel Blogs from St-Jean-de-Luz
... sights of the green and white water in the sea.
We then made our way over to the centre for some shopping. Martin was interested in buying an "American Filled" jacket from a high end store but.... he was advised otherwise by me! It was a quick snack, Empanadas and Bocadillos, and then we headed to the bus station to catch our bus back to Bilbao.
While waiting for the bus, it began "Lloviendo a Cántaros" (Raining cats and dogs) as the ...
... platform further down from where the train was stationed and seemed a little apprehensive to get on probably because they'd never seen such a small train but the destination indicator on the side of the train confirmed this was the right one. The journey to SJPdP was very picturesque with mountain views and flowing rapids. It reminded me a little of the views in the film Deliverance with Burt Reynolds ...
... together. Pinxto is the Euskeran name for pincho (spanish for "spike" -ie, the toothpick) and it is pronounced "peen-cho."
Imagine you are in the US and you want to eat lunch at... Friendly's, for example. Your situation would go kind of like this:
-You drive the restaurant, park your car and walk in.
-You are seated by the hostess and given your menus.
-You are greeted by your friendly (no pun intended) waitress, who then asks you what you ...
... amazing fews of the bay. There is a giant statue of Christ up at the summit, very similar to 'Christ the redeemer' over in Rio.
The old part of town has some narrow streets with plenty of bars offering pinxos (mostly seafood but quite a few smoked meats and cheeses)
Visited the museum 'De San Telmo' all about Basque history. Modern building fused with a refurbished church and cloister.
Afer 3 days of solid rain in San Sebastian, I decided to leave and head for Bilbao.
... narrow path alongside the road so it was quite scary as the traffic is very speedy. We came to a side road that had some promising signs advertising bread, a bakery and a hotel, however there were no bakeries or hotels but there was a good replica of the Onekawa industrial area. Yesterday the weather was squally so we decided to take a trip up to St Jean Pied de Pont through Saint Pee. Gavin has a chest cold so decided to stay home. The first stop was at ...