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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Multilingual staff
- Heated pool
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... markets I experienced here last year but our choice of café turned out to be excellent - hot, tasty coffee- great salad and dressing and as we were sharing there was room to share an exquisite lemon meringue pie!!!!! Sharpie then had some fun buying cheese and salami next door in a delicatessen where he and the lady apparently played animal charades re produce and he then went back to café and she came ...
... you wear it." Tim said as he replaced my black hoodie with his jacket. It was a sweet gesture, but unfortunately Tim's favorite jacket happens to be my least favorite. He's very into tie dying his own clothing and this jacket was quite the mismatch of colors. I put it on though; I could please Tim and change out of it when I got my luggage so people's first impression of me wouldn't be an odd one. A week prior to my departure for San Sebastían in Basque ...
... American food we have from 1659 is maize. We arrived in the town of San Sebastián and were amazed at such a cosmopolitan city. The city is a cross between what we've seen in pictures of Rio de Janeiro and San Francisco. The city has beautiful sandy beaches which dominate the ocean front on each side of San Sebastián's old hillside fort. Steep hillsides are covered with homes, boulevards and businesses right down to the sand. The ...
Before we reached San Sebastian, a stop at Sain Je De Luz, this is an exclusive french seaside resort - not glitzy to be seen like Biarittz this is just expensive, expensive and styley. Not too many people on the beach in the morning and there is a relaxed atmosphere with beautiful designer shops.
Onwards to San Sebastian, its fantastic whizzing along with the Froggies that know where they are going, Rod and I are like the kids in the car, just relaxed ...
... muscles. It was exhausting. And then when we reached the highest point, the descent was steeper than the ascent and so further demand on knees on the way down. BUT....we have made it and we are staying in really lovely accommodation at the Casa de Beneficiados, alongside the Monastery of Roncesvalles (Spain). Along the way, we stopped at Orisson which is 8 kms up the mountain from St JPdP. Nothing there other than an Albergue where pilgrims ...