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... is a very posh and expensive beach town! Luckily we were only there for one day to blow the budget! We went for a walk through the cute beach shops and Adam found somewhere to buy some replacement board shorts. We had worked up our thirst so decided to stop for a beer. Our first stop was a craft beer pub. Then we headed to a second pub. It was very modern and had a cool vibe. There was a photographer ...
Our original plan was to drive back to Monflanquin after spending 6 days with Nilufer and Stephan but we decided to check out San Sebastian as it was only an hour away from Bidarray. We had heard a lot of good things about this Spanish city, especially about its Basque cuisine.
We had a wonderful time in San Sebastian! From exploring the narrow windy streets of Old Town ...
... sufficiently suffonsified!
But wait, our serious young waiter comes forth bearing a platter of the biggest T-bone-like steak I have ever seen, cooked rare enough for even me to be thrilled, sliced into man-size pieces, lightly covered with coarse rock-salt. Our eyes (and later our stomachs!) bulged, and we gamely tucked in, managing to eat every bite, even ...
... Took a walk then to the other side, stunning views.
The evening was spent eating steak and drinking red wine and finished off at the casino. Unfortunately I lost my 100 euro's as well as 50 euros of Marks winnings. Oh well, I'll put it down as practice for the real thing in Vegas next month.
Next stop Calais.
... that 6 tonnes of lollies are given out every year at this festival.
So Barcelona has a lot to offer. We did as much as we could in the five days whilst still making sure we had a nice rest at the same time. We visited the Picasso museum (which was free on the first Sunday of the month – score). We went to the Sagrada Familia, the most amazing church we have ever seen. Work on it started back in the 1890’s but won’t be finished til 2020. We ...