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... already here. And you just leave what ever don't use for the next people. There was even laundry powder so we decided we would do our first machine wash tomorrow.
We chilled out for a bit before heading out to find the supermarket. The one around the corner is small but we found a few things and went back to make some late lunch. We really didn't do anything today. Was nice just staying in and watching some TV shows on the ...
... one was a set up for some kind of card game with what looked like poker chips. Another table had an assortment of different sweets with little compartments for each one. Must have been about twenty different kinds. The walls were decorated with various photos of events in Spain and what must have been a few famous people and sports memorabilia.
After the aquarium I was still hungry and a few of the restaurants along the wharf caught ...
... suits on. Two year ago, when we were here, we wanted to go into the pool, but we were too busy exploring the area around Biarritz, that we never had time to truly enjoy this area. Today -- we are going to enjoy this hotel.... Marina was totally surprised how good the hot tub felt. "ohhhhh.... I never thought it would feel so wonderful...!" Marina exclaimed with glee, and giggling. "Have you never been in a hot tub before?" I asked, not ...
... tried the bikes on our first Biarritz outing and we left the boards well alone. It's a great hostel owned by a Christian missionary who has set it up to help a bit with his support. There is a manager, Jono and support staff of volunteers - Christian students who come and work for the summer. In return they get bed, food and plenty of time to surf. We have met some great young people who have been doing some great ...
... had a meal in a classy restaurant that cost a bomb. Big plate, small serving. We soon realised that the best food was in small, noisy bars with many small plates serving a variety of food tapas style washed down by a local vino.
After a few days we left Donastia- San Sebastian and headed east towards Barcelona. The plan was to spend some time walking in the Pyrenees. After a few hours we stopped at Ainsa, a valley town in the foothills of the mountains and we booked ...