Aisia Zita Hotel Emperatriz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... a sail boat!!! It was really cool. The waves werent too big.I ca now say that I sailed in France!!! We drove out to where France and Spain meet and went along there for a bit. Then we went into this cove area. There, people were doing this paddle board then, and on jet-skis. There were many boats parked. Sarah and the other went in the water. It was a big too cold for me....hehe. After Sarah's reaction when she jumped in....there was no way I was getting in. Then we got ready and tried ...
We headed to the beach and hired boards and wetsuits. The girls took body boards and the boys got surf boards. The water was freezing but it was heaps of fun! We spent the rest of the arvo enjoying the sun and walking around the town. We tried some of the Spanish ice cream, it was delicious!! We're enjoying San Seb, the beach and our ...
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 ...
... pinxtos. The Fuego Negro (black fire) is a recommended restaurant with innovative pinxtos. We arrive and find that we are lucky to get a table. Many of them are reserved. The waitress who speaks English, French and Spanish explains there is a system. It is a set price tasting menu. You get what-ever the kitchen is preparing at the time. 35 euros each and a range of different flavours. Sounds fantastic I say. I don't have to make any decision just hope I like what ever is ...
... s an honor code system that has stood the test of time. Fish, meat, cheese, choose whatever you please, but be sure to wash it down with txakoli, a Basque white wine poured like cider to create a fizz.
We left sophisticated San Sebastian for a night in its grittier, but no less charismatic neighbor, Bilbao. In its older years, Bilbao was an industrial wasteland with few redeeming qualities; however, ...