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... modern art I thought, but it didn't move me or provoke thoughts in me for some reason... Maybe cause we didn't have enough time to absorb her "world", I found it hard to grasp... Anywayyyys, our last night camping was close to San Sebastian, where we will spend the afternoon, and then go back home after more than 2 weeks in the Iberian peninsula. ...
I officially had the worst night ever in a hostel last night. I had met one of the kiwi guys who was staying in my room last night before they went out and I thought he seemed like a nice guy. He even said “we’ll probably be coming in late tonight but we’ll try to keep the noise down for you.” That’s all you can really ask for. You know that when staying in a dorm you are not going to have ...
... country that speaks to the Spanish of this area are mountains and valleys where you will find towns and villages that are interspersed within this beautiful geography. The homes we passed, instead of the rose and pinks colours we saw within our area of Southern France, these colours were whites and browns. It reminded me of the Swiss countryside – could this really be Spain? The farms we passed were raising cattle or sheep – more suitable to ...
... is sculpture … “just because something has a curvilinear form doesn’t mean that it’s sculpture.” Very droll.
After a quick lunch, we were back on the road, to Pamplona. The drive was lovely – through granite hills and narrow valleys. We had no issues entering Pamplona or finding an open space in the parking garage of our choice. The city was a bit architecturally different from others we have visited, and the central ...
... we were headed in the right direction.
Finally, we came to an intersection that was marked by a single roadsign: there it was! Our last name--a TOWN of its OWN--was just up the road. After taking more photos and scaring a young runner as we yelled out to her that this was our homeland, we marched farther down the road.
At one point, when we began realizing that we weren't sure we'd find the correct house, we flagged down a man who was driving past. When he ...
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Noch einmal bequem ausruhen und gut frühstücken, bevor in den nächsten Wochen Unterkunft und Verpflegung etwas bescheidener ausfallen.
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