Le Grand Monarque
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Banquet room
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Finished 'The Key to Rebecca' another spy thriller by Ken Follett. Today we went to Nathalie's parents for lunch. Our hosts were Nardine and Raemond and son in law Francois. Raemond showed us around his garden with canals and a sluice gate, as the house originally had a water mill. The house dates from 10th century and the mill 9 th century. It is part of a ...
... of jet engines. My grandpa’s old fountain pen I used to take notes on this excursion and the jets I flew on to get to Spain might contain iridium from that very meteor.
Poised at the edge of one cliff about half a kilometer east of the mass extinction is the Hermitage of San Telmo. It’s unknown exactly when it was built, but the first writings about it date back to 1540. Composed of stone from the area, you can see fossils ...
... 225;n, the rain is pouring with howling wind, quite difficult to get around, luckily the homestay I booked is rather close to the train station like 10 min walk. So I got in without much problem. I am suppose to do the cooking class tomorrow but they sent me a notice that its cancelled, so instead I will go and visit the famous Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, an architectural ...
... although not much sleep was had as the noise from the street party was constant 24/7... After dropping my bags off I set off to eat some pinxhos and join in the fun. All with Madrid, San Sebastián is probably the single most important place to eat tapas (pinxhos) in Spain and they didn't disappoint. The traditional way is to go on a pub crawl from bar to bar, stopping off for one or two pinxhos and a petit beer (150 ml) or local low ...
... changed their process.
Hundreds of people mingled in the streets chatting, it had such a relaxed atmosphere, no shouting or poor behavior you likely see at that hour back home. Needless to say the food and drinks continued throughout the night and at some stage we hit a nightclub. I pulled the pin and turned in at half past four whilst the others continued on until after 7am. We had an awesome night, one to remember. ...