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Martine drove us through the Pyrenées into Spain, this morning. We explored San Sebastián and then had tapas for lunch. It was fun to try out our Spanish. We found a great ice cream shop and also bought some souvenirs. From there, we went back into France and spent some time in Saint Jean de Luz. This town is famous because it is here that Louis XIV married Eugenie of Spain, forming the Peace Treaty of the Pyrenées. Lastly, we went to ...
... Today we went sightseeing around Santander, walked through the old part of town, had some dinner at at local cafe, bought some sweets at a candy shop and back to our beautiful, cozy, warm old fashion house. Great photos and memories to take to our next destination.
The weather here is very changing. When the sun is out it is warm, but can change quickly in a grey, windy, rainy and cold sky. Fingers crossed that the more south we go the warmer it gets :)
... out to dinner for as long as humanly possible and were able to dine at an authentic Basque restaurant. It was 8 o'clock, yet we got one of the first tables at Txotx, a traditional Basque cafe, recommended by our guide. By the time we left - closer to 10, the place was filling with locals. A delicious dinner! Becca's corner: Axoa of course! A Basque veal stew for dinner. And piperade, a sauce made of local peppers tomatoes, onions, ham and ...
A long but interesting travel day. Took a long time to get out of Bilbao- it has Spain's longest tunnel, especially if you travel it twice! The Basque Country of Northern Spain is very different from Spain in general. Different language, darker complexions, and the houses are much more like what we have seen in Austria or Italy than in Spain. The country is hilly, richer, and greener. The coast along the Bay of Biscay very rugged with ...
... very interesting. There were a number of windows where you could see into the actual chocolate factory workings- huge bowl so chocolate being mixed, slabs being made, flavoured coatings being added, weighing and packaging. The video was in English but there were very few people speaking so the instructional text was only in French. It was a very good video. Then there was the sampling - there were so many flavours on offer. I did buy a good selection to post home. I dashed over ...