Los Arcos de Quejana
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
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We went through our usual morning routine, up early, packing and getting ready outside, and we were off and walking in the moonlight with our headlamps. It proved a little more difficult as much of the beginning was forested, so even with our head lamps it was a challenge to navigate our footing.
My journal says:
"no coffee, no breakfast."
So you get a sense of how we might have felt. ...
... Gilbert's world is excellent).
Passports checked, tickets shown we were further delayed by Security who wanted to search our bags!!! FFS!!
Anyway I slightly smirked when the Security man was rummaging through my bag to see him grab and move my previously worn and sweaty underwear as I hadn't yet created a dirty washing bag.
After that we went to the front of a queue to await instructions ...
Today we left the resort town of San Sebastián and headed down the coast towards a Basque wine region which on the hillsides just above the ocean. They say that the salty mist, flavors their wine in away that other grapes cannot match. Tastes like wine to me. But it's a good story . . . We followed the coast line and witnessed giant waves from the Atlantic pounding the rocks. We've seen large waves during high surf warnings in Santa Cruz, but these guys were way larger and ...
... but Castilian. He outlawed a lot of stuff as he was a dictator. Anyway, he outlawed these other languages. But in Basque Country if you were caught speaking Basque on the street, you would be shot. It is unfortunate that older people in this area tend not to be able to speak their regional language, which, I was told, is the oldest living language in Europe. It is being taught in schools now, so the younger generations speak it. But I digress, back to Franco. It seemed ...
... night shots of which there were plenty. Just after midnight, Battery boy finally said to Video Girl, ' Enough, Video Girl, enough, it is time for bed.'
Has Battery Boy mentioned that Video Girl is rather enjoying photography and that he has accepted her as his first pupil in training.