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The Pilgrim's office found us a hostal booking at one of the local restaurant / hostal in a dorm environment without bunk beds. But because they had to prepare for breakfast fairly early we were given the boot at 7:00 AM. Rather than stumbling around in the dark and knowing there was going to be an open air market today, we lingered in St Jean Pied du Port. We got our picture at the ancient Roman gate to the community then headed toward ...
... France is a lovely country, but it needs time to sit and soak up the atmosphere and the weather to match. In winter, when trying to get from A to B, it is just a vast boring plain to be crossed as quickly as possible. That part of the journey has been completed now, and we breathed a sigh of relief as we crossed into Spain. Sadly that sigh had to be drawn back in as the weather system followed us and northern Spain proved just as wet.
... bonkers here- the people that live up the streets throw buckets of water over the balconies at everyone below and piur sangria from up there too- everyone stands below and chants for them to throw more buckets- they thrive on it and ask for more noise before they throw the water! We had people throw fire crackers down at the streets too- and they kindly inform people before they drop them so everyone can move lol! There are people smoking weed everywhere in ...
... thankfully we had pushed ourselves harder earlier on in the day so, unlike many other pilgrims, we had a relatively short time in the rain. Running water had started to form on the tracks which made it difficult to step on rocks without slipping over, which I did :( Again, this would have been made much more difficult as the day wore on - as the rain continued to get heavier. We are now staying in a private pension (pen-zi-on) where we are sharing a place with ...
San Sebastian would have to be about the most perfect spot for a holiday with the lot.
Sun, sand, surf, shopping, historical buildings, majestic views, fine and interesting foods and close (relatively) to other European delights. All without the crowds and prices of other more popular European resorts.
We spend the day walking, eating, exploring and sunning on golden sands.
This would have to be a place to revisit at another time.