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Today we got up early for the slow drive to Italy. We packed up and then got in the car. On the way we stopped at a restaurant,on the side of the road. When we got there we went out for a walk. We found a nice restaurant, near the jousting. We had a really nice dinner. (Jousting is a game were they have two teams, and with a big poll, and a shield they have to try and knock the other player of the boat into the water). They have been doing it since ...
... they provide, and also what other facilities their chalets offer. Then see the prices!!!! Friends and families get a 10% discount, but we doubt we will see you, unless you have won the lottery. It is a bit high end!
So thats the news as we see it.
We hope to catch up with some Arisaig friends in Ireland and maybe watch the ABs play in an Irish pub. Can't be any worse than Football World Cup in a bar in Scotland!
Fresh almond croissants for breakfast and some orange-strawberry juice. First class on the train is empty so we stretch out. We go past some pretty french towns like Poiters which is built into the side of the cliff and Bayonne. We got to the border at about 2pm and lingered around the tiny train station as the train into town was 1.5 hours wait. We decided to get a taxi instead for 27e which was a good call. Our hotel is right on the beach and we like San Sebastián right ...
... in a fancy car that dad hired to take us to a wine tour. the wine tour was amazing we met a lady that was 92 years old and we saw how the wine was made and really old wine and lots of other cool stuff. Then after dinner mum, Edie and I went out and we saw the mist and was playing in it for a while and we were taking selfies and having lots of ...
Today we went to a winery. We saw all the machinery that they used. We met a 91 year old women who still worked, and looked about seventy. She was really nice, and had a really nice house, that was built in 1398, it was owned by the monks. It had been in her family since the seventeenth century. We went underground to see millions of bottles of ...