Hotel Karlos Arguinano
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... squid, brie, green peppers with a green olive and anchovies, Spanish omelettes, crab - the list goes on. So the pattern is: big lunch and snacks for dinner. The latter downed with copious quantities of wine.
It was about 11.00ish when we were poured into our taxi bound for our hotel. We thought we'd sleep like logs but a crowd of Kon Tiki types were also staying at the hostel and they partied into the wee hours.
... written in Basque are spray painted on street signs, dumpsters and even the shallow walls near the local basketball court. The feelings of the people can be seen almost anywhere that can be accessible to a kid with spray paint.
Some people may ask why this is important. The feelings of either juvenile delinquents or frustrated artists don’t reflect the feelings of an entire city, do they? I’m ...
Propping her feet on the small, wicker table, sinking more deeply into the weathered cushion of the chair beneath her, Kelley sighed, "Well, I'm glad we walked."
Friends of San Sebastian claim that the city is small, but the walk from Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea to the Gros neighborhood is daunting for a newcomer. I planned to take the bus so that I could indulge in ...
... if ny) yard space, this was a curious thing to see to see. Also, we did not see any dog walkers on the streets, beaches or parks picking up after their dogs ... hence the City scoopers out early in the day.
- Women here over the age of maybe 65 0r 70 are impeccably dressed. Though colours vary, they inevitably are wearing a wool two-piece suit, and are adorned with red lipstick and nice earings.
- LOTS of smokers.
- LOTS of ...
I spent around a week in San Sebastian. I loved this place last time i visited here in 2010. I have food envy in the north of Spain its absolutely delicious. They serve a local dish called pinxtos or tapas and usually its served with a slice of bread and toppings - anything you can think of. They have tortilla with pickles ...