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... fancy but it really was the best thing we had eaten all week. The friendly locals at the table next to us saw we ordered the calamari and told us it was amazing here, and that turned out to be true. Best calamari ever. Massive portions too, which took us by surprise a little bit as it was one of the first times we had ordered a full racione off the menu rather than half raciones or tapas. I smuggled some home in some napkins for breakfast since there was far too much food. Aaaamazing. ...
... and when we left the place was empty again. It was nice enough we sat with Ryan and Cat and chatted for a while, Reminiscing if you will. We went somewhere else but it was getting late so we bailed and went back to our room. The walls are paper thin and our room was situated not only backing up to the bathroom but the inside centre of a small square shared by the adjoining buildings. It was so loud we could hear every time some one went to the toilet not only on our floor in ...
... midnight, so they all stayed out past 3am on our last night in town, and had a great time. There are tourists here from all over the world, and it was fun for them to meet folks from a number of different countries.
We also took the opportunity to run across the border into France to visit Biarritz for one day. A great little costal town, know for the summer palace of Napoleon. We had a ...
... shines through gaps in the cloud the following day, Jack and I walk up the winding hills to look around the old fortress with a big Jesus statue sitting proudly at the summit. The views are drop dead gorgeous, panoramic views of both bays, the towns layout is easy to see, I love the accessibility of this place, everything is but a skip, hop, and a jump away.
For some reason the sun went down, thus leading to night. We didn't quite understand why but put ...
... definitely braved the cold water if we hadn’t swum in Praiano, Capri and Les Calanques. Instead we toured the old city and spent time by the beach. For dinner than night we headed to one of the numerous bars in the old town. For around 2 euros you can get a pintxo which is an equivalent of a tapa in the rest of Spain. There are so many bars in that area that it is easy enough to do a pintxos & drinks tour - a pintxo in each bar till you ...