Los Arcos de Quejana
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... Coast . We had lunch at one of the many bars selecting from the many Pisces on the bar very much like tapas but a better selection. We strolled around the port and along the water front stopping for tea in a cafe . Strolled the narrow streets of the old San Sebastián which is now becoming a modern city. Then it was off again stopping on the way to take photos of the country side and then arriving in Pamplona where we shall stay this evening. ...
The rain was still poring down and we had a problem with the window on my side. It wouldn't shut the last 3 cm and it was getting pretty wet. One's we installed the caravan and it stopped raining we tried to find a VW dealer to go and fix the problem but after a couple of phone calls we found out again that Spain is not the easiest kind of country when you want help. We got fed up and though we'd find a solution driving up to the dealer and talk to him in ...
... was ending it on a high, mind you it was all pretty high.
I didn’t really do the tourist thing at Bilbao so won’t comment on Bilbao specifically, although I did walk the streets for a few hours, get a hair cut and beard trim ready to come home. I think when I decide to do something I kind of just want to get on with it, for instance, I’m useless at goodbyes preferring just to go. I Just wanted to get back to the Uk now, ...
... action with a wine and a chorizo talo we headed in, grabbed a seat at the bar and got the girls attention then started the big eat!! The wine was an astonishing €1.35 and each pintxos about €1,70... To name but a few, the best ones were txangurro crab on fried French bead, veal cheeks, banana coated with bacon and Apple chutney...
The 8 pintxos later and a couple ...
... we ducked into the nearest restaurant for dinner and to hopefully wait out the worst of the storm.
About 9pm the rain eased and we caught the bus up to the concert, wadding through other damp and muddy people to get to the main stage for the Kings of Leon set. It was good, not great, mostly due to the setting and weather, so waking up the following morning and finding the forecast was for ...