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... on public enquiries, solicitors and accountants, appeals and counter appeals, NIMBYs and petitions.
We reached the Bordeaux area by lunchtime and as the weather was again closing in decided we would not enjoy a day in Bordeaux at this time of year. We pressed on to Urrugne, close to the Spanish border, to Camping Larrouleta, still owned by the lovely old Basque man who has a beret welded to his head. Since we ...
... flips and front flips too.
I also lost my tooth.
This is how, I was just lying in bed and I did a couple of tugs and than yanked it.
It was really fun at San Sebastian I really liked it.
This ends Spain and I loved it.
I loved Barcelona, Marbella and all the other places. I loved every single one. ...
... context of international festivals, San Sebastian, which has one of the lowest budgets, has established itself as the most important in Spain and the Spanish-speaking countries.
A Special day with two Special people!
Being in the Basque area has been a wonderful experience for us, staying with Melanie and Vincent (The Basque Man from Mauleon) we have enjoyed incredible hospitality and developed a much better understanding of the Basque Culture. The passion is infectious! They took the day off to take us to Saint Pied de Luz and San Sebastian (Spain). Our first tour stop was in Saint Pied de Luz where we strolled ...
... with us. We played soccer in the park and had a grandiose feast for lunch including a mixed pasta and veggie dish, roast duck, roasted apples, homemade bread, jamon and melon, tomatoes with cheese and anchovies, and arroz con leche. We sat around for a while, sharing stories about traveling and David and Nirea were asking me about different things that we do in the US. I showed them lots of pictures. Everyone was fascinated by the pictures with Santa Clause ...