Mercure Monte Igueldo
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two-thirds of the members of the parliament of the Basque community are Nationalist. In the 1950s a group of Basque Nationalists created the separatist group Euskadi ta Askatasuna (ETA). The ETA became violent in the mid-1960s, the aim was to establish an independent socialist Basque Country, and after the mid 1960s, through violence. Basque people had taken a very radical stance on this ...
The people in San Sebastian are beautiful in every sense of the word. They all have unique fashion, perfect facial structures, radiant skin, and stunning physiques. Their lifestyle consists of a care free lifestyle in which they take their time with no hurry to get anywhere. I am convinced it is this lifestyle with no stress is a major factor in their pure beauty. Beyond everyone's beauty here, everyone seems to be happy. People are living in their own ...
... as we eat and again sat next to her at Iguana bar, we watched the world cup until she said she wanted to go, I offer to walk her home while the others stay out and head to a night club, we walk down to the beach and see a local festival going on, this is where everyone seems to be. Through the crowds we go onto the beach itself, we sit on the large rocks of the groin and I start kissing her, I eventually have her down between massive rocks fully naked lying on ...
... We did an Examen of Consciousness that night and reflected on our day, our week, and our time thus far in Madrid. We spend the rest of the night getting to know each other and just hanging out.
The next morning we woke up and had breakfast, did a morning prayer, and another morning reflection. This reflection was on finding God’s love for the World. We broke up into small groups and talked about our experiences in this topic. Then we departed to Azpeitia. Azpeitzia is ...
... house-blocks and we arrive at Bordeaux St. Jean station. Beyond there, the landscape changes to vast fallow fields spanned by irrigation arms just like any in Australia. Another three hours sees us passing through Dax, Bayonne and Biarritz to our stop at Hendaye. We cross the platform just as advised by Mr Seat61 (www.seat61.com), board the Euskotren for 1.70€ each and within five minutes of departure are in to the next stage of our adventure... Hola ...