Aisia Zita Hotel Emperatriz
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Room service
- Business Services
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... a plethora of runners. We sat amidst a very happy and excited crowd as everyone eagerly awaited the run. Before the starting flare a group of people came running into the ring. The crowd cheered although we weren't quite sure who these people were. A few grabbed some pink and yellow matador capes and stood in the middle of the ring, the rest scattered to the edge of the ring. I realized they were there to distract and direct the bulls from the runners as they came into the stadium. ...
Woke up to a cool, rainy morning as expected. We started our day at June's bistro down on the corner where we scaled back a bit on the chocolate, scaled up on the fresh OJ, and got our bellies full for the day.
We had only a skeleton plan in front of us - there were some climbing facilities at the Sport Center on Pio Baroja that sounded interesting, at some point we needed to get Blanca returned. If the rain kept up there were churches and museums to explore, and Julia had ...
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 ...
... The protest was more of a request for support and an information protest and it was not disruptive.
The rain drove everyone indoors again and it was time to elevate and ice my leg. After about an hour we were able to go back outside and we decided to walk along the waterfront boulevard and join in "the stroll ". The waterfront walkway is about three kilometers long and follows the shoreline. A line ...
... heading to bed. Thursday morning I decided to do the big walk around to the end of the further beach and up the furnicular to the top of Mont Igueldo. Up the top there is a amusement park with merry-go-rounds, bumper cars, mini rollercoasters and slides etc. I didn't partake in the activity but just took in the phenomenal view from the top. Not only was it picturesque looking over the town of San Sebastian and the beaches, from here I could see out west to the more untouched ...