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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... shore but not overpowering.
The campsite is geared mostly at Spaniards who use it as their summer 'house'. They have small caravans with awnings attached and more awnings outside that so that the entire plot allocated to them is covered. Some were so well fitted out they had timber flooring in the awning.
I shuddered to think if a fire broke out as they are all so close together.
Luckily further up the site are spaces for overnight visitors like us and ...
We rented a car today and drove North through the Basque countryside for a seaside hike. The route went straight down, across an ancient walkway, then straight up to an island monastery. The setting was really dramatic. We of course lengthened the walk by missing the one obviously marked turn but... it was for the best given the way we've been eating. We then headed west to Santillana Del Mar, a little ...
... of red washed dinner down until Stephen poisoned me with his neat Jack Daniels that made for a uncomfortable following day...! Tuesday night we prepared some A4 paper posters with some funny comments we had thought of for Stephen, Leanne and Jake as today is the day they catch the Santander Ferry back to the UK after 18months away on the road, it should bring a smile when they wake ...
...'twas a nightmare... really. I think it was about 3 am or so when I started feeling a bit of nausea. But I thought I could just sleep through and it will pass. Wrong! An hour later, I just had to go throw up. Greg was the same. He thought it's because we ate too much, but I knew something else was up. I've never experienced this before. We both felt pretty weak and feverish. We think it was a salad we shared for dinner the night before. Or actually ...
Good bye Basque Country, hello Cantabria!
Today we move on to a new place - Santillana del Mar. It's a small medieval town on the path of pilgrims - Camino de Santiago. As we drove, we saw many people with backpacks and walking sticks on their pilgrimage towards Santiago de Compostela. For us, it's a strategical town to check out 2 of the prehistoric caves - Altamira and Cuevas de Castillo - which we will visit tomorrow. ...