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Very clean, but tired-looking building. Good service, but non-descript.
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breakfast at the delightful Diagonal Plaza, we drove through the Navarra
Region to Pamplona, the Roman walled city of Pompei. Pamplona is
famous for the July festival of Sanfermines (running of the bulls).
aimed for Plaza de Toros, the third largest bullring in the world and
found a parking garage on the …
We departed Haro on Tuesday morning taking the scenic back route through the mountains north to San Sebastian.
San Sebastian is beautiful, even despite the very poor weather conditions: grey, wet and cold with a top temperature of 13! The Hotel de Londres, with its timeless elegance, was built in 1902 when San Sebastian was a playground for the rich and famous. The hotel is situated on the promenade and ...
... us, and our Basque guide), and had a Basque dinner (grilled Atlantic hake fish) at a local restaurant. and now we're basking . . . Tomorrow we take a bus to visit a small village at the foot of the Pyrenees Mountains to learn about the "Camino" or historic trek that millions of pilgrims have begun in this town (Saint Jean-Pied-de-Port) over the ...
... to try as you wander the inner city streets. mmmmm I love Bayonne - girls you gotta come here.
The 1st mission, the market today, we want to buy local produce now we are in a home. We went with Vincent and its so different going with a local to these markets, he gets fruit and veges from this one, fish from that one, cheese from his mate, oh and you have to stop at his friends for cafe for a espresso to keep you going - breakfast was only about 1 hour ...
... of photographs of some of the rooms and copies of the menu (toasted sandwich = 29 euros, roughly $35)! An apartment costs more than a million dollars.
We headed back to Bayonne and found one of the chocolate shops that Bayonne is famous for. The rest of the afternoon was spent in the three-story high Basque museum where we became thoroughly acquainted with this unique population. We were amazed to learn that the ...