Fiesta Park Apartments
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... with minds like ours and jo and keros- so fair to say **** got cray cray! We all decide everyone is too white so the sangria spit started early! Squirting sangria out our mouths sounds much more lady like than spitting so we will run with that instead! By the end of the day we were dripping wet and no longer white we were all purple. Anyone that looked to clean got a spray and anyone that looked remotely nice (people who clearly were not participating in ...
... he was saying so he stood there and stared at him and didn't say a word. We had a lot of free time today. So excited! This is a shoppers paradise. Plus there are tapas bars everywhere. Shop a little, eat a little, drink a little...or a lot. The universal sign language of pointing can get you in trouble. As I walked out of a store and pointed to something in a window, an older gentlemen walked by and thought I was pointing ...
On the way to San Sebastian this morning we stopped at some small villages to walk around before heading to an area owned by a friend of Rubens. It was cold and raining when we arrived at San Juan de Gaztelugatxe so we sat for a roast chicken, salad and chips lunch in a cafe overlooking the ocean and island. The weather settled during this time so we were able to walk out to the island and up to ...
What can I say about San Sebastián other than it is heaven?! We arrived on Sat to a beautiful 27 degree day. After dragging our suitcases over the cobbled streets for about half an hour (I don't think I will view cobblestones in quite the same light after that experience), we got to our apartment in the Old Quarter, which was to be home for the next 4 nights. On the way there we saw tourists and Spaniards spilling out of the hundreds of pintxo (tapas) bars and we were ready ...
... bar. The mussles were filled with onion, parsley and some kind of vinegar dressing, so yummy! Most of the tapas bars you see were full of used napkins or mussle shells on the floor. No bins! We found out later in Pamplona from some friends that if you see used napkins on the floor it means it's good tapas. Wish we booked longer in Sans Sebastian, we loved this place! The next morning the four of us made our way to Madrid. ...