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... and habits you don’t understand is one of the most uncomfortable adventures one can hope to experience. With discomfort and stress comes confidence as an individual and understanding as a being in the middle of this expansive world, that with travel somehow comes to feel more familiar and interconnected than ever imaginable from guidebooks and travel posts of others adventurers. By wandering through this beautiful and ...
... was winding around a hill the road was beside the train and above the road where the hill had been cut out was a large rock protruding out and on top of it was a brick frame with a bell in it - can't imagine how it was put there. The landscape changed many times - we went through open plains / plateau areas and in the middle of nowhere there would be a hotel restaurant with nothing else except for a few wind turbines. At Palencia there was another huge statue of JC ...
... of hot rolled steel that you can walk in and around. We enjoyed our cafe lunch break and browsing in the shop. But most of all I just love looking at this building, both inside and out. A new Guggenheim, also designed by Frank Gehry is under construction in Abu Dhabi, so I would certainly like to visit when it opens.
Many travel writers and guide books claim it is hard not to fall in love with San Sebastian or Donostia as the city is known in ...
... with creamy cheese and anchovies. I went on a few tours with a local company called Go local tours. One day i spent riding on a bike around the city the other day i went on a hiking trip. I met a great bunch of people during my visit to San Sebastian. I stayed in a pension. I didn't meet a lot of people. However, ...
... We booked in March! Four months ago, in a 6 bed mixed dorm. Although when we arrived they advised us that there were no 6 beds available, so we would have to go into a 10 bed, but they would give us a discount. We weren't too worried, until we saw the room. It was dark and dingy, with people's **** absolutely everywhere all over the floor, peeling paint on the walls, rackety old bunks, and sheets that looked like they hadn't ever been washed. We were ...