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... was originally located in the old cathedral and its chapels used for lectures and libraries. The self guided tour was fantastic and the cathedrals are awe-inspiring. Definitely a trip highlight.
In this photo below, I am 'in the hot seat' where a student sat to be examined by the academics. The student was given one day to prepare, with food being passed in through the small rose painted panel to ...
... location right in the middle of the old town so we spend the evenings sampling some of the pintxos and drinking sangria and wine. It really does got quite nuts at night with people of all ages everywhere. Although it is crazy busy the atmosphere is friendly and fun. We really loved San Sebastian and wish we had a little longer there...maybe next time ...
... go in the city to taste wines as well as some ideas for our driving trip tomorrow through the Dordogne wine country. We left with some ideas and a map in hand and walked to a bar that offered a 'degustation de vins' (tasting of wines) option. It was called 'Aux 4 coins du vin'. This was lots of automated pouring machines where you placed a Euro loaded card in a slot and chose a sip, half measure or full measure of the wine you would like. There were about 40 wines on offer in ...
... cloudy, but soon cleared up and became hot and sunny. We walked along the beach until we reached the "old part" of the city. From there we walked up Monte Urguli mendia. There we had beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, the bay, and the city. We stopped for dinner at about 7:30 and had our first experience eating pinchos. Pinchos are similar to tapas, but mostly single-portion open-faced sandwiches or meat or seafood on skewers. We stopped at many of ...
... for a while (still in Spain) in a little border town of Roncevalles - about 6 houses and we noticed 3 taxis ! As we set off on our way down the mountain into France we realised why so many taxis in such a small town - we passed a number on the way with what looked like pilgrims aboard. This section of the Camino is supposed to be the hardest of the 800 kms but we did wonder if they are going to make the distance if they grab a cab so early! And ...