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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 …
Martine drove us through the Pyrenées into Spain, this morning. We explored San Sebastián and then had tapas for lunch. It was fun to try out our Spanish. We found a great ice cream shop and also bought some souvenirs. From there, we went back into France and spent some time in Saint Jean de Luz. This town is famous because it is here that Louis XIV married Eugenie of Spain, forming the Peace Treaty of the Pyrenées. Lastly, we went to ...
... and about 8 nuns in full habits sitting on the sand with the other 2000 spectators!!
Standing in front of the score board a lady heard our accent and asked if we were Aussies. We got talking and it turned out she was from Newcastle, Alex Wileman of Cartoon Connection fame!! She, and her husband Jamie, were lovely and we actually ran into them in town later about 4 times, in different shops. On the way ...
... The village was an important stop on the pilgrims' path to Compostelle where tolls were charges for pilgrims to cross to Spain. The main street is filled with homes dating back to the 17th century. This was another chance to sample more local cheese and cured ham before having lunch in Sare. The afternoon became complete when we visited St Jean De Luz, home of the famous macaroons believed to have been first served to the King of France when he was married. With ...
... looked like the grandparents. French are sterotyped as rude but i think they are just open and forward. The young boy i have got to say ' he has a talent' i have never heard ******* like it. The mother was trying to get him to apologise and stop it but grandad wouldn't have anything of it, there was laughter and almost a 'you beauty and here cheers' every time this kid let one rip. Mind you he was well and truly punching above his weight. I liken ...