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A lot has changed in San Sebastian since my last visit here in 1978, I have no recollection at all of which part of town we socialised in. I get the impression that our area this time is a lot of new buildings for the university and large newish apartment blocks.
The streets are all parallel in a grid pattern so I'm thinking less than 35 years for most.
This part of town was busy with Friday evening shoppers and ...
... stripped from their ancestors, burned and banned.
Oh Beautiful Barcelona 6/16/15
With less than two weeks left, I am starting a self petition to stay in Spain. Anyone willing to contribute to this fund is more than welcome to donate. I have visited three cities in Spain thus far; Bilbao, San Sebastian and now Barcelona. I must admit, Barcelona reminded me a lot of places back in the states but the essence of the city left me breathless nonetheless. Barcelona ...
... of their effort and are continuing to work to make the Basque Country more like it was before Franco. Since I have gotten here and started immersing myself in the culture, I have noticed that sense of Basque pride, but I never realized that many people in the Basque Country want independence from Spain. The Basque Nationalists have been participating in a pro-independence movement and ...
... probably also to get a small laugh out as well, and held his swimming trunks in the air. A small giggle came from both us and his male friends, but not one look of disapproval or glare because this is what is normal in Spain.
Boyfriend? Girlfriend? 07/11/15
Pintxo Pote is an essential part of the full San Sebastian experience. Two euros for a drink and a pintxo, the best deal in all of Spain. Going out and good food is expected ...
... That being said, we are planning to return here next summer with the kids, so we can try out the surfing, and spend more time in the town. In addition, it is only an hour and a half from the Bordeaux wine region, which allows from some fun day trips.
We decided to see if the nicest hotel in town, the Hotel du Palais, had any rooms for the evening. They only had suites remaining, but we got one with a wonderful view and really enjoyed our time ...