Hotel Le Petit Trianon
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... Spain), my landlord in Los Angeles informed me that she would be selling the house Tim and I lived in and that I needed to move out. Panicked, I spent finals week not only stressed out about exams, but also about packing, finding a house and everything else a normal 20 year old girl deals with. Feeling very unprepared at SFO with my one duffel bag and small backpack, I couldn't help but stain Tim's shirt with my tears, snot and makeup as we stood in front of the ...
... best bars in the Parte Vieja. La Cuchara was open so we had their Pulpi ( octopus ), veal cheeks and slow cooked crackling Pork. From there we went to see if Borda Berri was opened but were disappointed again, as this is supposed to be one of the best in town, but had been closed since we got there. Just up from there we had some prawn dishes, which were amazing, then went to Dakari Bi and then on to our fav cheesecake haunt, La Vina, and reluctantly we were ...
... Georges Braque a contemporary of Picasso) but sculpture and modern film and video installations. A fabulous couple of hours- very inspirational. A bus ride through some very rugged country and soon we found ourselves in San Sebastián on the coast and almost on the border of Spain and France. This is truly Basque Country. English is almost unheard of here and confusion often reigns when some signs are in Basque and some in Spanish. The area however is quite ...
... hot food made to order
2. I have much less time to blog at night
3. Technical difficulty no longer ends in the wireless mouse being flung at the floor (yup.)
4. The backpack that had almost become fused to me over the past month is now Jim's accessory, and I think it looks amazing on him :-)
As always, we explore new places on foot, without a plan and enjoy whatever adventure comes at us. We knew that there was an ...
... to see more of SanSe and what I have done here!
Miss and love you all!
Abrazos y besos,
PS. My spanish is getting better which I am quite happy about. My english, however, is changing because most of the international kids speak very plain english (but good, nonetheless) so I feel myself using less complex sayings or slang terms. Its pretty entertaining though to explain to them phrases (like happy camper, faceplant, etc).