BEST WESTERN Hotel Colbert
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... The student was asked questions in front of an audience. The professors then left to consider their verdict. An 'A' was displayed if the student had passed the examination and celebrations followed.
Dinner in Salamanca at Hispania20; a six course degustation menu. Not all the courses were recognisable and Spanish menu and Spanish waiter could not enlighten us, but everything was delicious. Perfecto (at last)!
... okay. Cooper went to a tapas restaurant and ate octopus. Unbelievable....or actually, disgusting! After shopping and eating we walked down to the beach. Did I mention its a topless beach. Some women really shouldn't exercise their right to this freedom. Ei Yi Yi. Laurie thinks its great the people are free to express themselves. I told her she could and should express herself by joining them. She said it was too cold. ...
I think my original post is fine. Having navigated my way to Haro the day before, I wasn't too concerned about taking the bus again. San Sebastian was a nice town, but I'm glad I chose Bilbao because of the Guggenheim. Had I known about the Jazz festival I would have changed towns for one night and stayed up all night on the beach, then taken the train from there to Madrid, but It wasn't advertised in Bilbao and I ...
We headed to the beach and hired boards and wetsuits. The girls took body boards and the boys got surf boards. The water was freezing but it was heaps of fun! We spent the rest of the arvo enjoying the sun and walking around the town. We tried some of the Spanish ice cream, it was delicious!! We're enjoying San Seb, the beach and our ...
Descending from the mountain we made the short drive into the delightful sea-side town of Saint-Jean-de-Luz. With a quick orientation we were free to wander at will in order to see some sights and to find some lunch. Being more interested in the latter than the former, we found ourselves in a back-street restaurant called "Chez Kako.". ...