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... citizen claim both. This clash in
nationalist pride is in large part due to Franco’s regime and its association
with being purely Spaniard, although many people from Spain detest the times
Franco was in power they also do not seem to be too fond of Basque nationalism
due to the rise in power of the ETA. This battle for national power, I don’t think,
will ever be resolved until the Basque country is able to gain their
independence as a sovereign ...
... next 8 hours before getting a bus to San Sebastian. At the hostel, the receptionist walked me down a long, Kubrickian hallway then opened the door to my room. There was a daybed, a chair, and cinderblock walls painted silvery white—no windows. I felt my heart in my throat. I tried to call home but couldn’t get an Internet signal. In the morning, I woke up with the same panic I fell asleep ...
... Ric hard for his concern for our health and the state of wine supplies in Europe. We are looking after ourselves. Lots of pastries for breakfast, suckling roast pig with lots of crackling and jjuices and most of the food seems to have lots of salt. So I think that takes care of our cholesterol, heart and liver.
HAVING A TREMENDOUS TIME!,,
Samsung tablet seems to be working today who knows if tomorrow.
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Thanks again Beth for yr ...
... we paid the extra 90 euro initially to avoid any excess as well. We were finally back on the road and heading out towards Dordogne country. We followed the map that we were given at the tourist office the previous day but the lady hadn't put the wineries on the map at the correct location so we were given the run around a bit.
We stopped at a beautiful manor type winery and although we couldn't taste wine here we sat on the grass and had a snack amongst the perfect lush grass ...
... shines through gaps in the cloud the following day, Jack and I walk up the winding hills to look around the old fortress with a big Jesus statue sitting proudly at the summit. The views are drop dead gorgeous, panoramic views of both bays, the towns layout is easy to see, I love the accessibility of this place, everything is but a skip, hop, and a jump away.
For some reason the sun went down, thus leading to night. We didn't quite understand why but put ...