Hotel Villas les Goelands
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- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
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... a shop with hand painted silk from Barcelona scarves. Matt, with his usual generosity, bought me one for my birthday. Thanks honey| We are now back on the bus and headed into the Picos de Europa and one of the largest national parks in Spain.. Our ultimate destination is the Parador de Fuente De. The drive was beautiful, through green valleys and mountain peaks reminiscent of Yosemite. The hotel is literally at the end ...
... of homemade ciders. Each farmer makes their cider differently so no two cups taste alike. The San Sebastián study abroad group went on a field trip to one of these farmhouses or "baserrias " and learned how the apple cider is made as it was when the basque farmers did it in the 17th century. The farmers live in a house that is composed of an upstairs section where the apples are pressed, then ...
... been over-fished and the EU now restricts fishing in all countries and San Sebastián is now restricted to three boats. We were able to hike to the local fortress that guards the city. The various rulers have each made improvements to the fort as weapons became more effective. The mountain top is now a great vantage point to to look over the city and also a museum. A nice hike and a great way ...
... that this was the person it was supposed to be and that we weren't being abducted but we jumped in the car nonetheless and off we went. Luckily it was legitimate and we ended up at the airport and signed up for a new car, a Volvo. This was nowhere near as good as our Renault and we were both fairly vocal about this over the rest of the afternoon to one another. It was pretty cool though that we could just could swap a busted car for a non busted car so easily! We were both ...
... sitting on their nests and the incredible wild Basque horses.
We then went to a mill house to see how local corn was turned into Talos, a Basque style tortilla with local cheese and sausage. And then off to the cider house for dinner where we dined on local t-bones and sampled the locally made cider. All of which was fantastic!
The Basque people could not have been nicer and we could talk about it for hours and hours.