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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Aldamar San Sebastián - Donostia
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... we would go check out the surf beach and look for a place to buy some post cards.
The weather was overcast and the temperature was nice and cool. It was a nice change to the 30+ temperatures we have been in. We walked to the surf beach and we saw pits of people doing yoga on the beach and heaps of surf schools. They have 2 lots of flags. One for where the surfers go and the other flag is where ...
... complex preparations that we can't hope to recreate -- just great products minimally "processed".
€125 Tasting Menu (We'd hide that number to protect Kevin, but know he'd just look it up anyways)
[Note -- we ranked them by tier -- Tier 1 is OMG, etc. Tier 2 is very good, Tier 3 is good, but not worth the...]
Starting from the first course and going in order:
Goat's milk butter: Tier 1, topped with volcanic salt, ...
... 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 ...
... that I wouldn’t normally be allowed during my days at home in the States. My home culture promotes a fast-pace and laid out plan for every day, every second of that day really. Here in this little city on the coast I feel free to walk around for hours without the pressure to have the company of someone familiar to entertain or be entertained by. The American way of life puts down the idea of alone-time and gives a ...