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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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The people in San Sebastian are beautiful in every sense of the word. They all have unique fashion, perfect facial structures, radiant skin, and stunning physiques. Their lifestyle consists of a care free lifestyle in which they take their time with no hurry to get anywhere. I am convinced it is this lifestyle with no stress is a major factor in their pure beauty. Beyond everyone's beauty here, everyone seems to be happy. People are living in their own ...
... The people are family orientated, and seeing the Mums and Dads, grandparents and children, every afternoon in the plazas and gardens, is just joyful. The families live in apartments, so before nightfall, they all congregate outside, and socialise, have a drink, a smoke, kick the football, and ride their bikes. There are always sons or daughters, pushing wheelchairs, or holding the arms of their ...
... only about 10 of them were from Bordeaux and the surrounding Dordogne region. We asked a girl for some information and she gave a brief summary of the different wines. It was nice to try just a sip from quite a few and pretty handy when there was no other option for tasting wines. Ideally there should be some wine bars that could correspond to some of the vineyards and even provide some free tastings and have some more information about them all. We are probably just spoilt by the way ...
... calling me.
And finally...in case you are wondering...the curling iron is still working. Squeak is still there but it is doing its job.
My roommate is sawing logs right now so I guess its time to go to bed....She blames being tired but I think its the red wine. When you drink it like juice, this is bound to happen. I'll post more pictures from today, tomorrow. The internet is running too slowly tonight. Frustrating!
... trip, but where to catch the bus from, what time, how to get the tickets etc etc was a bit of a mystery. We thought we had it figured out but it wasn't the right bus, then the bus driver directed us back to the square we'd come from, then we went to the tourism office but the line was massive, then we went to another square, tried to speak Spanish to another bus driver who had no idea what we were talking about, back to the tourist office (if we'd just ...