Hotel Agur Deneri
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... No guide, no plans, just kept moving. I now understand why his version of "nice" is different than mine. He sees diamonds all around us, I see rocks! Explains why we are staying at this hotel.
San SebastiŠn is beautiful. The beach is beautiful. There were several fisherman trying to catch flounder...or at-least that is what I was told. Someone walked up to cooper and started speaking fluent Spanish. Coop had no ...
Today we went to another country for a few hours. Much like popping up to Queensland for the day. After breakfast at the hostel, crepes with bacon, candied apple and maple syrup (you can tell a bunch of young fellas run the joint - but very nice all the same) we took a train to San Sebastion, Spain. Catching the train was an experience in it's self and this was not the first time I was very thankful that so many people over ...
... is Puente La Reina either tomorrow or the day after. I do feel I have been hammering it a bit so may well take a rest day here. To "stop and smell the flowers".
Many thanks for the good wishes received.
This is Andrew at the end of my "rest-day" in Pamplona Tuesday 5th March:
After a light breakfast in the Auberge Paderborne I went to the Mass Cathedral of Santa Maria which as it was in Spanish I did not understand completely ...
... as I think I kept to mostly familiar today with 2 small sandwiches and 1 roll. There's a lot more interesting dishes requiring additional cooking that look quite neat.
The lady that runs the place I'm staying at doesn't speak English aside from the odd word, but like other reviewers before, we communicate just fine. It's a cute little place and I have my own room that's not too big but sufficient for a short stay.
... to Tours, stopping in an aire near Rouen to brew up some coffee and again in a grotty layby to eat our sandwiches, there being a distinct lack of aires on the N roads. At Tours we were getting a bit worried about reaching our next site before nightfall so we joined the autoroute towards Poitiers. We needn’t have worried, of course, because just as dawn is later, so sunset is later.