Grand Hotel Loreamar
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- Minbar in room
- Russian TV Channels Available
- Indoor pool
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We had 3 whole days in San Sebastian, and while it's only a small place around the size of Newcastle, it was a bit surprising for us, just how much we loved it. We know that Luke and Carlee especially would love it!
The food was unbelievable, the wine was great, the fashion was very cool, and the scenery was beautiful. Today we walked from our Pension up to the top of Mount Urgull. This was where the battlements for the old city were situated, and ...
... we were 'adiosing' now for a jog we were in fact returning then would adios with our luggage later. Whilst running Kev had explained this story to Erin and we both hoped that she had understood and that our stuff wasn't 'adiosed' out on the street. Needless to say we were pleased to find our luggage still in our room on return from our jog. Once back we replenished our energy levels with a few more delicious Spanish peaches from our local shop. We packed our things, checked out ...
... Apparently the workers enjoy using the stuff during the workday. The stores smell of it. Some are so strong you feel buzzed just from being in there. Got to Laurie so bad that she wanted to buy a pair of lovely gypsy shoes. Not really, but it would have been fun if she put a pair on. Ordering lunch was a real experience. The waitress didn't understand anything we said and we didn't understand her. Seemed to still ...
... amp; Pops put in the time and energy and to make it all the way over here. Travelling with groups of 11 is always trying, especially when it's in a new country, none of us really speak the language well, and we have a range of ages from 5 to 77. We know it was a big effort for everyone but it was great to have some family over here to share the week. We certainly have some memories from this week that we will cherish for years to come, ...
... was a novel experience because the restaurant staff spoke no English and only a reluctant smattering of French (similar to Quebec City, only in Basque.) The hospitality was exceptional, however, and the food was excellent. The atmosphere was completed when we were seated beside a trio of locals who yammered away unintelligibly but threw the occasional friendly smile our ...