Hotel Maria Christina
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... The spectacular weather continued, fine and warm, as we drove along other scenic route, to take us from Spain back into France. This time though was quite stressful for Rob as the winding roads were often along a cliff edge, with great views, but for him only vertigo! So, for me, there were views of small towns and villages, some beside small bays of blue water, terraces down the hills, some with olive trees and many with grapes, for the wine from the area around ...
Unbeknownst to me, I arrived in San Sebastián late on the opening night of their Grand Week festival, a week long party involving fireworks, giants and pirate ships, amongst other things. I never really found out what the festival is celebrating, but that didn't appear to matter to anyone, as the main aim seemed to be to take to the streets eating, drinking and causing good natured mischief. I had a hostel in the centre of the action, which ...
... some pretty decent sunburns at the beach yesterday. In the colour section of the museum there was a video camera that projected a colour heat image of your body onto a wall. It was amazing- picked up our burns perfectly.
The city we are in is on the north coast of Spain - it's referred to as Basque Country. I believe the people here are trying to get distinction as a separate country from Spain. The official language here is actually Basque - ...
... around and up Monte Urgull. A good 30 minute up hill walk and at the top you are greeted with great views of the city and coast and also a massive statue of Jesus.
We also went up the funicular to Monte Igeldo. Again impressive views of the beach and city. Up the top there are lots of carnival games and rides. We went on a mini boat ride, which took a lot of talking Kieran into, but it turned out to be just a little bit ...
... Banner" in the middle of Bilbao where we was given the best "Self Clap" applause in appreciation of his work! JAJAJA, good times!
Then after some running, waiting, bridge crossing, story telling, sandwich eating, snack tasting, we realized that it actually was 6:30am and we had to get at least 3 hours before the alarm clock woke us up at 9:30am!
After a hiccup in the morning regarding Un Ladrón, we made our way to the ...