Aisia Zita Hotel Emperatriz
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San Sebastián looks different from other old Spanish cities because it is not old. This city has a history. A rather sad one. It was rebuilt from just under 200 years ago. After climbing to the highest 'peak' we walked all around the coast. Very crowded beaches with surfers despite the cold. Most memorable tapas - grilled pig ...
The boys woke up for a surf and us girls headed to the underground market. it was full of yummy produce including meats, cheese, fruit and veg. Of course we had to buy a few things to try! We headed back to the apartment for lunch and did some planning for the next few days. We then walked up to the best view point in town for a few happy snaps! We had dinner and some drinks with Jo and Pete who are also in San Seb. Was a fun ...
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 ...
I got up early and took the tram (Bybanen) to the bus station in Bilbao. Apparaently bus is the easiest way to move around in the Basque as trains are unreliable and not very fast.. At 10 am (an hour after leavin Bilbao) I arrived in beautiful San Sebastián - or Donostia in basque. I took a taxi to my hotel (Hotel San Sebastian) and was told I could not check in before noon. They kept my luggage and I headed down to the beach. I changed into my bikini and went for a swim in ...
... trail I was on was perfect. I made a few friends who were pretty damn cool, I will say- Vanessa Slaka, a fellow American, John Mills, a Canadian (he is cool despite that though) and an Ecuadorian woman who I have lost touch with. The next day, we all went along that same trail, to the next town over. It was a perfect day. Walking along sea cliffs, through woods, through ruins from the civil ...