De la Rhune
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Family rooms
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... next 8 hours before getting a bus to San Sebastian. At the hostel, the receptionist walked me down a long, Kubrickian hallway then opened the door to my room. There was a daybed, a chair, and cinderblock walls painted silvery white—no windows. I felt my heart in my throat. I tried to call home but couldn’t get an Internet signal. In the morning, I woke up with the same panic I fell asleep ...
... platters were filled with what can be described as "nouveau" Basque with smoked salmon on oak leaf lettuce salad, cucumber wrapped vegetarian ravioli and a lamb in phyllo pastry. Food Network ought to come here for a feature. We had a free evening to wander the streets of San Sebastián and crawl through a few more pintxo bars. Becca's corner : Cucumber wrapped vegetarian ravioli Also a nice evening stroll capped with amaretto gelato . . ...
... morning, despite having to check out of our hostel soon we were up and out the door running to the southern beach (the one we hadn't swam at) and along the coast. Again the streets were very empty, just a few walkers, runners and roller bladers out enjoying the sun. Before we had gone for our run the cleaner was trying to talk to Kev in Spanish. She couldn't speak a lick of english and all Kev could understand out of what she said was a repeated 'adios, adios'. Kev tried to explain ...
... have to go to the hut. Would not have been a good night. Very cold and no food.
For the funny of the day I realised 1/2 way through today that I had left my glasses on the breakfast table this morning! Arrgghhh! Never mind I knew that others would know they were mine and bring them through. Well they were right, but the proprietor at Orison said no in case they didn't meet me (not likely). So we took what was the best option ...
... down through the forest track (and it really was a track) that Laura started to think we'd gone wrong. She also stopped to read a sign that said "Watch Out!" in a number of languages, and exactly as she was saying "watch out what?!" She slipped and fell. Lolzorz. It's easy to entertain me after a 26km hike. We booked into the monastery straight away, which is so ultra modern that the Schindler Lift actually has a touch screen panel. The dorm is quite long, but ...