Aisia Zita Hotel Emperatriz
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... stood and admired the view, a large local seabird landed on the lookout. Excitedly Video Girl shouted, "Look a penguin." Battery Boy turned and looked at the seagull and said, "I realise we are in the northern hemisphere but I don't believe penguins migrate to Spain." Note to self - perhaps Video Girl has been imbibing in too many mojitos!!
As they made their way down Mont Urgull Battery Boy was now convinced that at some stage during ...
... of people. Our language barrier has been surmountable up to this point in the trip. Trying to order a beer in a crowded bar in California can be difficult some weekends. Trying to grab dinner at a bar where you don't speak the language, has no English menus, and is so packed you have to be aggressive to be heard, is pretty stressful. We entered our first bar and were so intimidated by the chaos, we turned around and left. A few doors down, we found a bar that wasn't ...
Frank & Charlotte, from the UK that we met in Carcans north of Mimizan joined us here and we went out for a few beers and tapas the same evening.
The next day we continued on to Ajo with a short stop over in Mundaka as there is a famous waves there but unfortunately it wasn't working when were there. In Ajo we found a campground for the night, nothing exciting to say about this place but ...
... to fudge the menu and happy eating veges. The tapas called pintxos in these parts look lovely but there were seldom any vege options and they sit out on the benches, out in the open and for how long (?). I didn’t feel we were missing out by not having too many.
White asparagus was a staple for me much to the amusement of my fellow diners as I dove into a plate filled with them and only them for my lunch. They were pretty dam good too. ...
... route described in our guidebook and explored the area including its foie gras stores!
Today was another driving day. When we were in Spain in the fall, we didn't get a chance to go to San Sebastian in Basque country, so we decided to visit it as it was only 2.5 hours away. San Sebastian has great food, including Pinxtos which are basically tapas. We went to a few tapas bars, explored the old town and marveled at how busy the beach ...