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... seaside resort named after him.
We decided to walk around the port area and Sue spotted an aquarium. Of course we had to go in and it was really interesting. It was more than just fish; there were displays of old whaling days, old ships, a video of a rowing race that is held annually and which has its roots in the old days when a whale was spotted at sea, it was the first crew on the scene that could claim the ...
... to look back at the open ocean behind me and to the whimsical shoreline to my right. The run down-amusement park with it's castle like tower sits atop the mountain at the edge of the beach, a bright green lawn sprawls in front of an eloquent estate just before the tunnel on the road lining the promenade. The bright yellow playground situated at the entrance of Parte Vieja contrasts starkly with the green ...
... she enunciated, “Sorry, we didn’t understand.”
Handing over his identification, the man looked patronizingly at the cashier—as if she were actually the one who didn’t understand—and then at the woman next to him. In a mock Spanish accent of daggers, he spoke: “I believe you mean no entiendo.”
All three chuckled and sauntered out of the shop just as Jessie J finished her ...
After leaving Pamplona, we caught a bus over the Pyrenees and travelled the 70km that we'd just walked in about 90 minutes…kind of diminished what we had done a little.
Anyway we went back to France, grabbed Doris and drove back to Spain!! Crazy
We drove to a small beachside town called Orio and free-parked at the beach carpark.
The next day we drove to the nearby beach town of San Sebastian – man what ...
... indicating the presence of something greater than the cathedral itself.
Inside I was met with surprise; a nine o’clock mass at home would be bursting with children and families, but here elderly people sparsely filled the pews. I slipped into a seat near the front, absorbing the magnificence of the altar and tabernacle. I am far from ...