Hotel Villa Itsaso
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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San Sebastián looks different from other old Spanish cities because it is not old. This city has a history. A rather sad one. It was rebuilt from just under 200 years ago. After climbing to the highest 'peak' we walked all around the coast. Very crowded beaches with surfers despite the cold. Most memorable tapas - grilled pig ...
... and Lauren was awesome, something we will always cherish, and it took a little while to adjust to being just Team Horsted again as we headed off to Barcelona.
We survived our ryan air flight (including limits with luggase) and arrived in Barcelona on the Friday night and settled into our apartment. The Disney Channel was the first station and another called ‘Divinity’ were the only two English speaking stations and Clo quickly found a tv show ...
... I had just gotten out of the relatively cold water. Oh well.
After cleanup, it was time for the one thing I was looking forward to the most - food. Basque country is renowned in Spain for having the best food in the country, and its famous cuisine mainly comes in the form of pintxos ("tx" pronounced like "ch"), which are like tapas gone mad. I tried to ask Miguel for recommendations of things to try, restaurants to go to...but he couldn't. He told me ...
... by hotels and residences and then walked around to the beach that twins it on the opposite side of the hill and waited outside a posh hotel for awhile to see if Julia Roberts would emerge (the San Sebastian film festival was on at the time), but no luck. Ah well, more pinxtos our bellies cried! So off we trotted to Bar Ganbara, famous for it’s wild mushrooms and sure enough they’re were about twenty varieties of them piled up at the back of the bar next to the kitchen. ...
We arrived in Bilbao early in the morning on the way to Mundaka. It was too dark to see much, but we still managed to navigate the complicated and not-very-well-connected metro to travel from the bus station, to the train station, and then on to the regional Basque rail ...