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... feet at a fast walking pace. At time the ascent is so steep that facing uphill it is like sitting in a reclining chair, while facing downhill requires bracing legs. I worked out the average gradient to be one in six, but given that there are a couple of flat stretches the steepest must be up to one in four. The views from the top are stupendous. All seven Basque provinces (both French and Spanish) can be seen as well as the coast ...
We took the train from Biarritz in France to San Sebastián to begin our Spanish adventure. While Peter's rudimentary Dutch and our high school French from so long ago meant we could get by in Holland, Belgium and France, our total lack of Spanish had us worried. In San Sebastián the locals also speak Basque, which is totally different again and all sign posts and ...
... and tried out several of the famous tapas bars in the old area of the city. The beach views were spectacular from the funicular. Weather has been a mixture of rain, sun and wind - a bit like Melbourne!! There was plenty of time to hit the shops and find some footwear bargains.
It's now time to brush up on our French as we cross the border tomorrow. We're looking forward to our time in the ...
... young people, older people, people with animals, different kind of people occupied with different things. It is just fun to walk there and to watch:)
If you are hungry go to the city centre wich is literally just right the corner. Tapas are already waiting for you. There are a lot of types so everybody can find something.
The weather is unpredictable, it can be sunny or rainy but it such a place it does not really matter. Just enjoy!
... of the coast reminded us of the area around Byron with farmland running down to the coast. There was a section that looked like Lennox and there were plenty of surfers about enjoying some of the good small waves on offer. We had breakfast in a restaurant/hotel that had this huge grassy area with tables that overlooked the coast. We figured life doesn't get much better.
San Sebastián, for those not in the know, is regarded as the foodies capital of the world. It has ...