Hotel Palacio Oxangoiti
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Continental Breakfast
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... but none got away with it. One even tried to run into its midsection (smart) and was immediately turned on and thrown. Heather thought this seemed cruel, and I can see why. It felt cruel to see them taunt and sometimes smack the animal, but I felt at least the bull wasn't handicapped and it got quite a few licks in. I doubt it was hurt even once, and the same could not be said about the taunting runners. Some seemed a little dazed after their own run in, and for sure they will ...
... Eroski, the Spanish equivalent of Home depot, Toys-R-Us, Sport Forum, MediaMarkt. Inside was a pretty standard mall layout with a hundred smaller vendors lining the halls. We followed our noses to the food court and found a McDonald's and a Haagen-Daas next to a half dozen more interesting restaurants. Even though we were inside, there was still "outside" seating available in the center of the court just like you would find in a plaza, complete with umbrellas.
Over the ...
... awaiting tomorrow to find a mechanic to have a look at the engine, we think she's only running on 3 cylinders instead of 4, hopefully it's just a faulty cable or dirt on a spark plug.
This place is nice though and we don’t mind the break from driving although time is running out and we’re yet to plan the rest of our trip and meeting up with Mum in Lisbon. Until next time…
... in 1971, banning whale fishing, the Basque whaling ports were virtually put into bankruptcy. The port of San Sebastian had already been scaled down but now became strictly a tourist port. The original docks, wharfs and breakwaters are still functional and date back to the 17th century. The original fisherman houses still exist and are still being lived in.
We enjoyed a tasty but expensive cod lunch on the ...
... and caramelised onion one. They were sooo good....I may have had two of the last one! Hahahha From there we went and met Sal's friend Jez, a scotch guy who is here doing language school. We went to a club, Espala, with a whole group of people from the language school and danced the night away. Shots of Vodka Negra (black vodka-delicious) and something else went down and the dance moves got more outrageous. Suddenly the club was packed and some Spanish guy coerced me into dancing ...