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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a brisk walk into town. Thankfully the rain has stopped and the day had warmed up. We enjoyed an hour together at a lovely wee wine bar drinking red wine, eating bread and pate and soaking in the atmosphere, before returning to the hotel for a delicious three course meal, including salmon and creme brûlée to die for. Yes I am looking more like those sculptures of the women at the Guggenheim!!!! ...
... so I could share with the the photos of the pool, and refreshing tea lounge. Upon returning to the room, and checking in with Jacques, we found that he had gotten a hold of his good friend, Jeff (and family), whom he has known for years, and lives within a half an hour of Biarritz. Getting together for cocktails was not only discussed, asked, but accepted for 7:00p.m. this evening. I met all of them a couple of years ago, when we were in ...
... best" coffee in San Sebastián. Of course we had 2!! We then wandered to the beach and strolled along the shore with a million other tourists of all ages, all shapes & dressed, or not, in skimpy bikinis. It was great!! So beautiful, so comfortable & so interesting. There are so many geriatrics here, so many children, so many wheelchairs, so many toasted bodies, so many wrinkles & so much exposed skin. We walked to the old Jewish ...
... to take the longer of the two routes, peaceful and in true old camino style for long stretches, ending up in SAMOS with its famous monastery which is where I am now. It is the most enormous monastery,bigger than St. Pauls, and one of the largest in Europe I gather.It took over an hour to go round! I managed to go in to listen to Vespers which was wonderful. The walk was one of the most beautiful that I have done down a wooded valley looking down ...
... proved very tricky! Anyway after a few circles of the general area and asking for directions we discovered we were in the right street and only a few buildings away!!
Hotel Tryp Orly is very close to and overlooking the main beach of San Sebastian, and a five minute walk to shops and Old Town. The weather did not cooperate much the first night, it was a bit cool with light rain, but San Sebastian is a beautiful city and we went in search of ...