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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... voice; she spoke Spanish, Basque and English with an accent that sounded almost Jamaican. The little girl was getting in trouble for not staying seated on the train, her legs dangled over the arm rests and her feet almost hit my head. "Don't be stupid! Bruja!" The mother smacked the girls legs down as the brother sat quietly and ...
... don't open. Portugal tolls hit us big before we left, one toll alone was €45, our biggest yet. We really liked Portugal, though they don't have toilet seats or siestas. After we crossed the border into Spain we noticed things starting to change. The small towns were like ghost towns. Lucky to spot 3 people, no shops at all, even the pubs were closed. We found ...
... said ok. With the benefit of hindsight, I now realise he may at this stage have rolled his eyes, but I can't be sure if this recollection was true.
Julie and I wandered outside and waited for the delivery of our goods, sitting on a table and chairs not fair away from a number of the former-movie extras. The two plates looked good, and we tucked in. The coffees were great. And the tortilla or Spanish omelette was superb but Julie raised the possibility after one ...
... of the beach, in Pinxtos bars and drinking Sangria! We were on the beach when an Aussie said 'that Spanish guy looks like Jed' turns out a couple of guys Jed went to school with were also in San Seb! Small world! We packed our bags...and once again were on the move...this only 10 mins down the road to join in with the Busabout tour that we were doing for the Pampalona San Fermin ...
... There is the old town, which was once a walled city, the wall was removed to make way for extending the city to accommodate the growing population. I am staying in the 'old town' section, made up of narrow cobble stone lane ways. Buildings that are are four to five levels high. Quaint boutiques, tapas =pintxos pronounced pinchos, bars everywhere. Delicious cocktails and the best gin and tonic I've ever had... (Because it is not measured and served in a ...