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... started to appear out of nowhere.
Headed off in the morning to San SebastiŠn. It is a beautiful seaside town that I would recommend a visit to. Though, I can imagine it would be packed in the summer. The beach is large and sandy. The cove protected with a small island, so small waves. The town had many churches and narrow interesting lanes. Off to France tomorrow.
Today we wondered the streets of San Sebastián and decided to go somewhere a little different. We ended up at the aquarium where we learnt about San Sebastián and it's history with the ocean. It was from here a lot of cargo were sent, hundreds of years ago, to the Americas. San Sebastián was also well known for its whale hunting. They would harpoon them, drag them to shore, where they were killed and cut up. In the aquarium there was a skeleton ...
... the end of the cheese making season by the size of each cheese round, they get smaller as the lamb grows older and the mother produces less milk.
The hike yesterday was incredible. We saw nesting Griffon Vulture ("Gyps fulvus") which is a large Old World vulture in the bird of prey family Accipitridae. The hike took us along the border of France and Spain as we went over fabulous green hills with dramatic vertical rises. We saw lots ...
... and stop in a tapas bar. We chose a larger restaurant, Bartolo's, (which was still relatively small) because we saw groups of what looked like local families going out for a late Sunday lunch dining there. The bar was covered with platters of tapas like we'd never seen before and delectable sandwiches called Pintxos. We took a platter of our own and filled it with whatever we liked, then showed it to an attendant who charged us 2-euro per piece and served us ...
... here. Old Town is adorable with tons of Pintxos (Basque for tapas) bars. Look for one that 's busy, park it there and dive in. Hotel Niza is perfectly located, right on the promenade, overlooking Concha Bay, and the room was super cute. Not a stitch of pink in sight! Being in the Basque region of Spain and being from Bakersfield, I was determined to order a (or several) Picon Punch at a bar, that yummy, strong, kick your ass cocktail served ...