Hotel La Caravelle
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... there was a a nice thick piece of glass between him and me. Someday I would like to get into one of those gage things and have them swimming all around me but this was a nice taste for now.
Before I stopped at the aquarium I had some tapas at Bar La Cepa. They were a mix of fish, olives, mayonnaise, and something that looked like bacon but was another type of meat. The bar itself had tables that were covered with a plastic see through ...
... the class is being held the first time of the week, or the second time. So its a guessing game with each class which one you should go to, because its only being held once. My patience with inefficiency is definitely being tested here. Luckily my apartment is only about a 10 minute walk to school so its not terrible if I show up and class isn’t being conducted that day.
My apartment has been an interesting experience. It is my first experience living on my ...
We caught the Euskotren local train from Zarautz to San Sebastián for a day. What a stunning city, and the first decent sunny day we had since on the Canal Boat.
We took the Funicular Rail aka Cable Car up Monte Igueldo to see the views, wandered through the old town and around the beach, tried a few Tapas and caught the train back to Zarautz.
... Mountains. We have decided that it would be easier on Lisa’s feet if we stick to the N135 to Roncesvalles. I’m walking my bike up the switch backs leading to the top at 1057 Meters or 3648’. From there it is downhill into Roncesvalles kind of. Upon reaching the top it’s time for a siesta as it has been a long hard walk and Lisa now has blisters on blisters. We arrive in Roncesvalles and ...
Our first day travelling took us from Brighton to the Channel Tunnel, a tedious trip via the M25 and M20. We took the long way round because the direct route along the coast through Bexhill, Hastings and Rye is scenic but very slow, especially with the caravan. We arrived at the tunnel in good time, expecting a half hour wait for our train, but were shepherded straight on to one which left almost ...