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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... to Geoff that I thought Hendaye was in the opposite direction. Agreeing, we wait for the train to loop back or shunt out and then head towards its, in our minds, proper destination.
It was not to be and an announcement over the speaker system confirms our fears that this was the train to Paris!! Thankfully it stopped at Biarritz, where we got off waited and caught the train to Hendaye which we would and should have caught at St Jean which was running forty five minutes late. ...
... pulled out the power cord, where a few days before
there had been teeming crowds, noisy interactions, busy food places and
hustlers on every corner now it was overcast, there were rows and rows of
plastic chairs all stacked up, the beach was empty, no buskers and even the few
hustlers seemed half hearted, school had gone back and the party had finished!
We continued to travel along the Spanish coast and spent
another night in the carpark of a marina.
... Kieran also had a go in one of the games, he tried to win Layla a soft toy but of course the game was rigged and there was no possible way for Kieran to win.
Like every other place we also saw the cathedral Buen Pastror. Very pretty surrounded by shops and parks.
This was our last place we were going to with a beach. It really feels like our summer holiday is coming to an end now that we are leaving this beautiful ...
We are starting to get home sick. Although amazing, travelling is extremely challenging. It is hard not knowing where to go all of the time. The language barrier makes it very difficult and we are finding that we are heavily reling on the locals knowing basic english to help us find our way around. I would like to learn more French but we are planning on taking the train to Spain today for the San Fermines festival (Running with ...
On our way to Biarritz we stopped for a night in Bordeaux to break the trip up. There was no time for more wine tasting but we managed to explore the little city which was very pretty. The wine regions around Bordeaux seem smaller and more privately owned with not as much history as Burgundy so I was glad we chose Burgundy instead. Driving into Biarritz we passed through the small surf town of Hossegor so Tom could check the surf. There was a small wave but it was quite windy and chilly. ...