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... all the tapas bars showcasing the famous pintxos, a collection of finger food items spread out on the bar. It was Friday night, and Donostia (the basque name of the city) felt very much alive and socially vibrant, as its inhabitants wandered the pedestrian streets to meet up with friends and start entering tapas bars to enjoy local delicacies in an upbeat atmosphere. (I think I'm starting to sound like a guidebook, better stop this blog soon). Anyhoos, I think I will come back to this ...
... somthing wrong with the water was really dirty. In Biarritz there is beautiful old houses, building and little huts with old shutters. I discovered I loved paella, but Isaac did not go past margarita pizza. In the middle of the sea there was a rock with a statue of Mary on it, and it was called the virgin rock. Then we had dinner, and went to ...
We woke the next day to sun shine and walked down the road to a patisserie. With delicious looking baked goods in our hands, we went back to the house for a new exciting breakfast of chocolate, pastry, almond things. Yum!
After breakfast we packed a lunch along with our bags and Franšios drove us back to Angers train station. It was sad to leave him, we have had such a great year with him and it was nice not having to ...
... de Nuestra Señora del Pilar, the church where the pilar is hidden. The exterior of the church is beautiful and inside the number of different alters and mini church set ups is not what I expected. We also paid 3 euros each to take the lift up the Torre Pilar, the tallest steeple to take in the views, which was worth while. In the evening the city was a light with music, street traders, festival memorbellia sells and the general hustle and bustle ...
... and a second beach at the other end of the bay. So far we have not gone far and the beach itself is gorgeous with a cove shape and enough soft light sand to keep most people happy.
We are here for 3 days and then go to Bilbao from where we go to our friend's wedding on the Saturday. At the moment John only has sandals and we are amazed in the usually shoe crazy Spain to be finding it hard to come across a shoe shop with suitable smart shoes.
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