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... an early hour (9am...). We had to settle for a ham and cheese croissant and a chorizo tortilla sandwich. We didn't want to fill up too much beforehand.
Props to San Sebastian for cleaning its streets so well every night. People throw trash and cigarette butts on the ground during the day (and their entire McDonalds bags outside of McDonalds), but early every morning the street sweepers come out and whisk away all the garbage and thouroughly ...
... together, women being especially conscious of their surroundings, and disregarding derogative comments towards them. I was getting frustrated with myself because I knew I could find something more interesting than the common norms.
Friday morning, one of my roommates and I were running late for the lecture about the Basque culture. At one point we went into panic mode because we didn’t think we were going to be able to find the ...
... here is they have something significant to take care of, whether it’s their dog, baby, or elder who needs helps with mobility. There is always something to take care of here, but the one that stood out the most to me were the dogs. The dogs are beautifully groomed here and well trained. I am curious to find out if the dogs are expensive here because of their unique beauty and mature behaviors. I ...
... knowledge of not only the Spanish but the Basque language. Pintxo Pote is the one situation in regards to food that makes the whole experience seem like a breeze. So simple. Point to what you want and say what kind of drink to accompany the cheap food. How I wish obtaining food in the marvelous city was always that easy. Instead of enjoying what this exotic city can offer, I am stuck, Stuck in my apartment making the same pasta I would make at home.
We left Spain and drove for about 20 Kms and reached the French border. All the border crossings have been a non event with not one official stopping us.
We arrived at Bordeaux, found our hotel and had to quickly drop the luggage off before taking the car to the our final drop off point. It served us well with over 5000km clocked up, 6 different countries visited in 7 weeks and no ...