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... of clean line functional and highly convenient spots that have sprung up in the centre of these old cities. Lovely friendly young women seem to run them.
We set out to view the town, starting with the unexpected sight of the river running backwards up the valley at great speed with daunting waves! Clearly a tidal phenomenon, as we saw next day that it is a shallow clear benign stream when the sea isn't ...
... it to Karla and Aaron.
We still had time to kill before our check in so got some lunch which was calamari and potato bravos. These are amazing and yet again we were given bread. We walked down to main beach and chilled out and people watched. David got bored so started burying my feet in the sand and making shoes. It was soon time to check in so we headed to Urban house checked in and had a sleep. ...
... perfect, there were food courses with truly AMAZING food, which is what I look for (and will pay for) when travelling (or at home!). I don't necessaily need to eat this food every day, but having an idea of what the pure expression of an ingredient is only expands one as a "chef" (VERY loosely used, but applicable).
Before returning to San Sebastian we wanted to check out the Guggenheim museum in Bilbao (a 40 minute drive). What an ...
... made for everyone even if they don’t understand the meaning of the song, they are able to enjoy the beauty of the melody. Within there openness in society they are able to branch out and understand American culture and music. I can make the same connection with being here in a foreign country where I don’t speak the language. I have been able to still enjoy where I am and have been able to adapt to the culture since I have been ...
... first. Then we were served a cod tortilla followed by a giant t bone on a hot rock. It was the rarest steak I have ever eaten but it was delightful. The rareness was what made the flavor. We had as much cider as we wanted and some of us had a little too much. We then had desert followed by coffee and brandy.
The best part for me was the sunset. The clouds were in a line across the ocean. They were pillowy and orange. The sun was caught in ...