Mercure Monte Igueldo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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After a great night at the traditional cider house ... We went for a ride to the finishing area of today's stage four of the Vuelta le Pais Vasco. Nice roads, but little extra traffic, from roads being closed due to the race. Poor Fran, had to stop a couple times to feed the weeds her breakfast cereal ... She thinks it must have been the milk, wasn …
... voyages. During the Industrial Age, steel production replaced fishing and agriculture as the mainstay of the Spanish economy. Tourism is now a strong economic driver in the area. The museum has great displays showing the evolution of the Basque but we particularly enjoyed a multimedia show where the actual church interior where we were seated became the theatre with images projected on the walls describing not only the history of the Church itself, ...
... br> Red Scorpionfish "UMAMI"
First time eating scorpionfish, I believe. The umami broth was a tad too salty for me by itself, but tasted perfect when scooped with the fish. On a side plate, ceviche and seaweed were served. The seaweed was from Japan and had been used in the broth. It wasn't as bold as the seaweed I'm used to eating, but that may have been the small portion. Defintiely soaked up every drop of the broth with my 12 seed bread.
... shorts, shoes, swimsuits, and almost anything else you can think of that have American flags on them. I understood why this was the first time I had seen a Spanish flag here, but when I saw that I also realized that while I have seen many Basque flags, I haven't seen nearly as many as I would see in the U.S. Basque people are very proud to be Basque, but they show their pride in a much different way than Americans show pride for being ...
Driving from Bilbao to San Sebastian (Donostia in basque) is a slow, winding and hilly road specially when you are stuck behind a semi. If you get a chance to pass the semi don't worry there is always another one.
There are really only two main attractions to San Sebastian the Beach and the old town. But to be fair it just has that "je ne sais quoi" going for it which makes it so attractive. The beach is ...