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We set off for another big drive from Valladolid to the coastal town of San Sebastián arriving early on Friday afternoon.
We are staying in an older hotel that looks like a house from the outside but it is within walking distance to the beach and town, the rooms are nice and big and clean, which is great. For some reason we always seem to …
... parkade was Konitxa, while the clerk at the Pension had directed us to La Concha parkade. You get the picture? We were located only 1.5 blocks from the beach and a short 10 min walk to the Old Town. The bay and beach are spectacular - one of the most visually impressive we've ever seen. Nestled between the peaks of Monte Igueldo on one side and Monte Urgell one the others side it has wide golden beaches, calm waters and a promenade that curves around ...
... Soufflé and Aromatic Herb Bread
Crazy that they could make beef this thin (that isn't carpaccio). Other than that nifty trick and visually interesting presentation, there weren't any new tastes to be found here. The potato souffle was a nice textural snack (could eat a whole bag of them if they were sold like potato chips), but the aromatic herb bread was a flop.
Hake and its Kokotxa with Oyster and Oyster Leaf
As the title implies (kokotxa is ...
... and I definitely began to wonder what the
vision the makers of the park had in mind when they were building this
seemingly out of place and offbeat amusement establishment. Even though the
amusement park was not what we expected and hoped it would be, I would still
definitely place it on the list of things to do in San Sebastian. Like many
other tourists places in San Sebastian there is more than what meets the eye
and more than what you can see on a postcard. ...
... means multiple meals. In the common room, we are joined by 10-15 other travellers and we all strike up conversations. There are people from everywhere – Australia, America, Canada, New Zealand, Ecuador, Germany and Spain. With our beers in tow, the entire group makes its way to the beach where we proceed to sit around for a few hours and talk about different things. I take a moment to walk over to the water. As the water splashes my ankles and the brightly lit city ...