Las Rocas Playa Hotel
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... modern art I thought, but it didn't move me or provoke thoughts in me for some reason... Maybe cause we didn't have enough time to absorb her "world", I found it hard to grasp... Anywayyyys, our last night camping was close to San Sebastian, where we will spend the afternoon, and then go back home after more than 2 weeks in the Iberian peninsula. ...
... didn't think I could have so much fun and also learn so much at the same time. One of the guys from Extremadura even told me that my Spanish is very good! I think the biggest problem with me (and most people when they are not comfortable speaking a second language) is that it just makes me so nervous to put myself out there and speak my broken Spanish - especially to people who know I sound kind of silly sometimes. But there is no other way to grow. So, from now on I am going to ...
... de Santiago is (or you can wikipedia it).
The Camino de Santiago is translated as St. James' Way and is an ancient pilgrimage route that began with paegan pilgrims walking to what was believed was the end of the world. It later became a popular Christian pilgrimage route.
It is however, not just one route. In fact, there are endless ways to do it, although the most popular is the French route that ...
... on to the autostrada heading in the general direction of Bilbao, this without having breakfast, not even a cup of coffee. We soon turned off the highway to follow the coastal road. We stopped off for coffee and decided to buy a fresh baguette, ham and cheese and the supermarket for a picnic en route to our destination. Oh yes, the supermarket also had my all time favourite white beer, Hoegaarden, so few of those ...
... in both its interior and exterior aspects, with scarcely a straight line in the place. The Sagrada Familia Basillica, still unfinished and fringed by high cranes, was crowded with a long queue to get in and rather stark and plain on the inside, with most of the stained glass windows yet to be coloured. And finally we went up the hill to Park Guell which was even more crowded and certainly less orderly, with people clambering over mosaic statues of lizards, or in front of ...
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed