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The primary reason that we selected San Sebastian was because we noticed that two of the top 10 restaurants in the world are located here. In fact it is reported to have the most Michelin stars per square foot in the world.
Overall it is a pretty excellent place to find yourself having a little vacation.
Ham is a food of pride all over Spain however we were entertained to note that when you pop into a little grocery store you ...
... it 3 years ago after waiting 14 years to visit and its impact doesn't change. I especially like the way it is designed to fit into the city, it doesn't look like an alien object but seems to have settled beautifully into its surroundings. It's great to visit in summer as the iconic Jeff Koon's flower puppy is in full bloom, you can see why this temporary installation is now a permanent fixture to welcome you. A short queue to enter but my ICOM card speeds ...
... few days, the beach seemed very inviting, so I booked a lift to San Sebastiàn on Susan's recommendation and found a hostel on Air BnB to stay for 2 nights. San Sebastián is wonderful! I arrived at my hostel in the evening and was met by Natalie who is running the hostel for the summer in the owner's absence. Natalie's friend Silvie and an American traveller, Brian, were all staying in the hostel. The next two days we all stuck together and visited the town ...
... club, which usually is not available at that time to go to, but we got to be in there and got to try an amazing desert and make new friends. These friends that we met here, we hung out with them all night. We went dancing at the club until 3 of 4 in the morning. We met many different kinds of people from all over the world. When the night was over we took a taxi home, went to bed and got up feeling excited about seeing San Sebastian for the first time ...
... why we were sitting in their seats. I starting freaking out! We had no seats! How could they book us on a 6 hr long train journey if there where no more seats left on the train? We stood in the isle like dorks watching the seats in our carriage fill up. Lucky for us there were two spare seats unoccupied when the train started moving. We weren't seated together, but no one is complaining when the alternative is the isle floor! Every time the train stopped along the ...