Hostellerie du Parc
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... in the waves. More still are walking on the beautiful "falaise" (?) "ramblas" (?) that stretches for 2 km along the beach. Some are very elegantly dressed, some are not but none as miserably dirty looking as me, after 24 km of trekking up and down under a good but unending sun. And I have another 3 km to my hotel on the other side of town. But I could not stop to enjoy the end of the beach day with a cold freshly squeezed glass of arranja (orange). It was too sweet for me and I ...
... the food, but the experience and atmosphere while they eat.
2. Offensive body odor- For every person that wears deodorant in San Sebastian, there are two who donīt. I had always heard rumors about the smells of Europe but didnīt understand until I experienced it first hand. The bus is the worst place It's happened; it was like being trapped in a gas chamber.
3. Nude beaches- Freedom from boob prison! Ladies! Let the girls out of their cages! And men, I guess ...
... head back to my homestay where Natalia showed me the airport shuttle to International Airport. It's interesting that San Sebastián airport is near Irun, at Spain, France border, it took 40 minute bus to get here. Tonight I transfer at Barcelona overnight before I transfer in the morning to Madrid then Toledo, due to no direct flight to Toledo and to avoid another 7 hour train ride to ...
... thousands of people there watching the boat come in, and my Mum said it was nothing spectacular, I mean, obviously it’s important to the locals, it doesn’t need to be amazing or anything. But I, personally thought it was amazing. After the landing had ended, everyone dispersed and we went home, after a quick look at the replica of the Nao Victoria.
Another one of the days we walked a few kilometres up to this giant statue of ...
... Quixote and Sancho Panza, one of the most popular stories in Spain and one that I read parts of in Spanish class. We arrived back home around 10pm, bellies full of ice cream, and skin a little burnt by the sun. It was such a great day!!
(Marta's birthday) Sunday morning, I headed to mass at 9:30. This was my first mass I was able to attend in Logrono so my first task was to find the church! It was surprisingly very easy and less than a 5 minute walk from ...