Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
2 new places to discover San Sebastian Hondarribia and Pasaia with Jaizkibel mountain between both
... lunch in a Catalan restaurant. Not very local, but we were hungry, and the albóndigas ("abounding ass" says autocorrect) were succulent. We then walked to the old town and up the Urgull hill, which was used in the past as a vantage point to defend the city. Up there we enjoyed the view and learned about the history of the city, that was ravaged in 1813 during the war between Napoleon and the Portuguese/British. On the way back we walked through the old city center, and ...
... somthing wrong with the water was really dirty. In Biarritz there is beautiful old houses, building and little huts with old shutters. I discovered I loved paella, but Isaac did not go past margarita pizza. In the middle of the sea there was a rock with a statue of Mary on it, and it was called the virgin rock. Then we had dinner, and went to ...
... of hues typical of those found in seaside villages of the Spanish Basque Country
It is a small walled town with beautiful stone houses and the castle of Charles V and once you visit this you can wander down to the marina.
As they wandered through the centro historica, they heard a busker singing one of Pink Floyd's greatest hits, 'wish you were here' so Video Girl joined in the chorus, singing to her little hearts content. Battery Boy refrained ...
... more than 2 hours with him, but I believe that you can learn something from each and every person you come in contact with. The easiest thing to do would of been to keep to myself on the bus, however I have learned that each person comes with a unique lesson and if you open yourself to new and different kinds of people, you can be blessed tremendously. I left feeling encouraged, connected and inspired. I will be keeping in touch with him via email.
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center