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... France is a lovely country, but it needs time to sit and soak up the atmosphere and the weather to match. In winter, when trying to get from A to B, it is just a vast boring plain to be crossed as quickly as possible. That part of the journey has been completed now, and we breathed a sigh of relief as we crossed into Spain. Sadly that sigh had to be drawn back in as the weather system followed us and northern Spain proved just as wet.
... t want to visit? May I add, San Sebastián has more gelato shops, bakeries and pinchos bars that you can imagine.
Like all of my travels, it wasn't long before my parents and I found ourselves in the heart of the foodie or pinchos (tapas of the north) experience. Dad's research led us to a deliciously potent little (miniture even) establishment called San Telmo. Running the length of a ...
... was set to spin on Saturday. We would miss him by a day! Thanks to Jugo for giving his number to us. We met up for lunch at a nice restaurant on Friday before we left for Barcelona. San Sebastián was so beautiful and relaxing that we almost felt a little bummed that we had to go to Barcelona. We also got to meet up with Nico again in Barcelona. But that's another blog. A little out of order, but it's important to mention that every Thursday in the Gros is Pintxo Pote. The Gros ...
... I checked into my hostel, dropped off my bags and then headed straight out to get something to eat. I hadn’t eaten all day and I was craving a pizza so I found a pizzeria (which is always easy), and had a nice big pizza all to myself. It was exactly what I wanted. I left the restaurant and was going to walk around the city for a bit, but my camera battery was completely dead, and I wasn’t feeling ...
... delicious seafood soup in a double shot glass.
Very satiated, we continued our roam about the city. We crossed the city's river (which leads right into the bay) and explored this newer part of the city, stopping to eat gelato at the non-touristy, surfer-filled beach. We tried to visit the cathedral, but it closes for an extended afternoon siesta. The sun finally came out for good, though, so we headed to shell-shaped Playa de la ...