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- Minbar in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... looking for where Sharpie had played in the French Open in 1972!! Managed to find the clubhouse and he recognised the table and chairs under trees behind the 18th green - we enjoyed the same drinks in the same spot as he had all those years ago - Chantacos!! Look like Mai Tais but no umbrella!!
Enjoyed 2 great meals one sole and the other grilled pork fillet at a very busy café around ...
... are smashed and then pressed by a giant block of wood. The juice then falls through the floor and is collected on the ground floor. The farmers had to build the press first before building the house around it. In this day and age, we have lots of machines doing our work for us, and because of that we often never realize the processes that go into production. The cider house was ...
... orange juice for 3 euros and walked back over the bridge to meet Craig. From there we went to the waterfront and hired bikes.
There are bike tracks all around the waterfront, so from the main Boulevard we rode all the way around to Monte Igueldo with the bay unfolding in front of us. At the end of the track we locked our bikes and caught the funicular to the the top of the hill. From here there is an amazing vista of the whole of La Concha and the hills beyond ...
... we stopped at a more commercial wine store which was the house of wine for the town of Margaux. The charismatic shop attendant allowed us to have some tastings and a wander around the shop admiring some very expensive bottles of wine. Some of the wines were well over 50 years old and worth over 15 grand! We had a brief coffee stop before heading onwards to a small town called Saint Émilion. Saint Émilion is a UNESCO world heritage site and the foundations of the town date back to ...
What can I say about San Sebastián other than it is heaven?! We arrived on Sat to a beautiful 27 degree day. After dragging our suitcases over the cobbled streets for about half an hour (I don't think I will view cobblestones in quite the same light after that experience), we got to our apartment in the Old Quarter, which was to be home for the next 4 nights. On the way there we saw tourists and Spaniards spilling out of the hundreds of pintxo (tapas) bars and we were ready ...