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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... instead. They were so good in fact that we went back there later on to replenish our stock, the lady recognized us and gave us a look that said you want the usual right!
Picnic stuff in hand we head off to something that I haven’t mentioned about the city of San Sebastian. On one of the hills overlooking the beach is a huge statue of jesus. He is just up there keeping an eye on everything in case you need him. We went up to the hill with jesus on it ...
... travel together. What a blessing! Ross and Scot played tennis on the red clay courts, all the kids went swimming in the ocean at night (magnificent setting for a night time swim!), and we all gained a couple of pounds enjoying the excellent food. Probably our favorite restaurant (of those we tried) was Kokotxa, which was a 10 minute walk from our apartment, along the spectacular boardwalk. Akelarre is ...
... Poor Michael put his heart and soul into that burger, it was less burger than it was culinary art!! As far as parties go this is a major cock forest, as we expected it would be given the attractive promo girls handing out the tickets.
We decide to hang around until the free drinks run out, which was about twenty minutes after the kegs did, great party guys. Time to head into old town, there's way too many 12 year olds at this shin dig.
Iguana bar is ...
... maybe it'll still look good when we get back haha. After dinner we decided to take a stroll in the beach since we were only across the street, a quick walk down there.
The second day in San Sebastian, we started out with a healthy breakfast, finally, and a run/hike up Mount Urgull to see the huge statue. We still haven't figured out who the statue was, Jesus or St. Sebastian. Probably the latter. Before heading back we decided ...
... get onto the Autostrada (toll road) and reign in some time. From El Port de la Selva we headed back to Figueres whereafter we jumped onto the Autostrada, and continued on towards Girona, Barcelona, Lleida, Zaragoza and ending up in Pamplona, that is, "running of the bulls, Pamplona". We got there early, the bulls run in July, not in May. We drove around the town, looking for a spot to settle down for a drink but alas, most places were closed, ...