Apartamentos Mar Comillas
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... beyond repair!!
We have been "off the grid" for 8 of our 10 nights staying in “Aires” in Donostia San Sebastian, Bilbao, Cabarceno and Comillas. Donostia San Sebastian a short bike ride into town where we got Spanish Sim cards for our phones we had to produce our passports for the transaction! Bilbao in the top of the hill overlooking the town, a bus ride away, this is where lost our skylight. Cabarceno next to a wild life park where, ...
... and the river, while Deborah did a quick tour of the art inside.
Afterwards we drove back toward Santander and then detoured to an Atlantic beach with big waves and lots of surfers. We were very proud of ourselves for then finding the summerhouse of our friends -- Jose, Paloma, Alfonso and Palomita, the Saenz de Santa Maria family. We didn’t even have to call for a rescue! (Take that Marquis!) For almost 20 years, the ...
Here eating is a way of life. There are restaurants and cafes everywhere. It makes you wonder how that many can survive. Businesses open from 10-12. Lunch goes from 12 - 2 and then the shops reopen and go from 4 - 10pm. Hard to get used to. They start dinner about 9pm even the kids about 1-3.
We found a funicular in the alps (50km away) up to a local monastery and small bckwoods villag and saw the back end ...
We realise we are not going to make it further west and will have to pass on Ferrol and Portugal for another year. We decide to drive towards the French border on the Spanish side of the Pyrenees. We go via some stunning scenery not least the Piedrasluengas viewpoint. A long drive and struggling to find a good campsite. We end ...
Eggs and Spanish baguette (pan), which is not as good as French baguette, for breakfast. Then we cycle into Potes to watch La Vuelta, good support but not as crazy as in England or France. Little writing on the roads and no yellow bikes on display. There is a break away group through first, approx 5 mins ahead of the Pelaton. Blink and you would miss them. they ...