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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... on the beach are forced to scrunch up as the beach gradually disappears, and then starts to appear again. We had our first Pintxos in the Old Town for lunch which seems to be humming 24/7. There are literally hundreds of bars and taverns all with their specialty tapas and pintxos sitting on the bars. They are mainly on bread bases, with lots of fish, hams, meats, olives, chillis, and all sorts of other yummy gear. Everything is really cheap and I quickly ...
... large and well curated exhibition about one of the earliest Cubist artists. I hadn't realised that he had fought in WW1 and was badly injured which meant he did not paint for about 3 years. I also didn't know only a few years before his death in 1963 he became one of the first living artists to be hung in the Louvre. The permanent sculpture exhibition by Richard Serra was as much fun to visit as last time. It's hard to describe but it is huge installation ...
No I actually didn't loose my bathing suit top in the sea, however, one cultural difference that I noticed while traveling to the beaches of San Sebastian, is that it is normal for women and girls not to wear a bathing suit top. This cultural trend has been in completely normalized within the past 15 years. Thus said, it is also totally acceptable to wear a bathing suit top, too!
This week was another crazy one! With Matilda leaving for a 10 day summer ...
... affair. Surath and I get breakfast, wander the town by the beach and do some good ol’ catching up. It is incredibly comforting to see a familiar face and not have to talk about my travels thus far, for once. We talk about mutual friends, laugh and reminisce about old times, future goals, opportunities to work in UK and our common passion – travel. I’ve known him for a long, long time and it’s great to be able to get a few things off my chest. I also ...
... to what a bus would cost. He took us to our couch surfing host's house and thats when we met Juan. He has a nice flat near the center of San Sebastian and we had our own room, bathroom and bed. He was super open, nice and he sent off a very good vibe. That night we got ready, took a taxi and went to the center to see what was going on.
Hanging with a local in my opinion is the best way to travel. He knew exactly where to go, the best places to eat, to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed