- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the difficult descent. Although the descending path was steep, uneven and covered with multi-sized stones, we maneuvered quite well and reached the base without injury or incident. We continued along the dirt path for a couple of miles, reaching the village of Uterga at about 10:00 a.m. We stopped at a nice albergue/ restaurant for a rest/restroom break and to remove our shoes and socks. While we rested we ...
... this part: those who watch from the outside of the ring taking pictures and those who want to try to touch the bull. Watching the bulls get revenge on the idiots who were running toward it was oddly delightful, but when I ended up closer to the bull than I had planned, I was done and went to meet back with Vicky. All in all, it was an interesting experience and I am glad that I did it, but I don't understand all the hype, obsession, and mostly the unnecessary animal ...
... had come to Spain with. Apprently, upon arriving they had informed her that they didn't want her to walk with them as they wanted to have a lads holiday. The poor girl had been left to walk on her own. I immediately told her that she could walk with me and my dad when ever she wanted to and I was certain that Elke would feel the same. Our walk soon turned into a climb as we headed up yet another hill, though I knew from my map that this one was ...
Errin's POV: Day 3 Today was a relatively 'easy' day considering the first two. It was made difficult mostly by the aches and pains that came from the first day plus more rain and more mud. This time I managed to keep my butt off the ground by taking it a little easier and keeping my eye on the road. The weather changes so quickly, one minute we are freezing cold and dripping wet and the next we are hot and can't wait to strip our ***********. The country side is ...
... the Atlantic Coast.
We arrived in San Sebastian about 1:45 a little late because a street was blocked and we couldn't park where they normally do. So we had to walk across a bridge to get into the old city. San Sebastian is an elegant resort town with three beaches. As we drove to the old city we saw two of the beaches and because of our detour we also saw the third beach. It was a little chilly because of the wind. ...