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... had stunning views of the beach, the bay and the ever optimistic surfers waiting to catch the perfect wave. We donned our raincoats, grabbed an umbrella and set off to explore San Sebastian.
The laneways of the old town are now home to bars and restaurants and we enjoyed an early dinner of pintxos and red wine at one of the bars. This bar had 8 cooks who were continuously bringing out platters of ...
... get tired overall, but I just find that I don't get as uncomfortable as time ticks by. The podcasts and audiobooks definitely help. Speaking of audiobooks, as I pulled up for lunch in Bayonne I just finished Robert Ludlam's "The Janson Directive", which I have to say is much better than "The Prometheus Deception". The Janson Directive is much more believable, and other than a few cliche'd moments of "Ah ha I've got you now I'm going to tell you ...
... lamp post' though, it is what you think of when you think of Paris, but from the bottom it's just big steel pylons really, the view from the end of Champ De Mars is much better!
So after ticking that box on my list, I made my way to the central station, leaving my towel drying at the hostel, derp. Somehow I accidentally ended up with a first class ticket on the TGV, when I should only be allowed second class tickets. The TGV stands for ...
... 8230;. Total = 82km.
Back to Bayonne again tomorrow - think we might stay at the Formula 1 hotel where the Bike Bus dropped us off on Sunday.
IT is pretty amazing when it works - watched the start and end of ITV's Tour de France coverage yesterday of Stage 3 in London, and will watch Stage 4 highlights tonight. Many thanks to Gordon Fox who gave me the link for my tablet that allows you to watch English TV abroad.
... at the hotel. I really struggle to eat at these early times so made up a packed brekkie and there were plenty of bits to make filled rolls for our picnic lunch too. Set off with a hiss and a roar – feeling good! Great what a night’s rest can do.
As we emerge from the woodland path, not far along, there’s a sign telling us about some interesting local history. There’s a stone cross just to the entrance of the woods and apparently that ...