Hotel Palacio Urgoiti
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Hello Everyone. Today we woke up in our hotel in Bordeaux and packed up for our journey to the Atlantic coast of France and Spain. We stopped at a local bakery and sat outside for ages drinking coffee and eating french delicacies and delicious roast potatoes that they sell at roadside carts. We bought a few things for a picnic later. We headed off down the motorway again, this time we are pros at the tolls and armed with lost of cash. The road went through beautiful countryside and ...
Breakfast on Plaza Una Muna by the Metro as Manolo had retired and sold out. It's a bright sunny morning and we walk to the main town to shop. On the way back call at Cafe Iruna for coffee before lunch at Gau Txori followed by siesta for an hour as festivities go on until small hours. We make for Arenal by 18.15 to ensure safe view of the opening ceremony and Marijaia at 19.00. ...
spend an all-nighter going from restaurant to bar to bar and take a train back
this morning. They never booked a hotel. I was amazed at how adventurous they
were! They looked pretty good....and peppy, too, I might add, for having been up
all night and on their feet in those high heels for all that time.
Last night, I went out to dinner here in Getxo with my friends, Miller and Courtney, both
of whom go to Vanderbilt University. I will have to ...
... We drove 30 min in absolute peace. On the last stretch, all three girls nodded off for a little power nap. We pulled into the driveway around 7 and came into a house that smelled fantastic. Daisy and her friend were well into the prep on dinner and we could smell something awesome happening in the oven. A few of us freshened up, then everyone made it to the porch again for light cocktails as we waited for dinner. Katie, Molly, and Mae Mae played gin while Happy and Pops caught up ...
... only speak English, and only eat food they are used to at home.
After dinner came my favorite part of the trip: the basilica tour. We got a private tour of the St. Ignatius Basilica from one of the Jesuits who works there. He turned off all the lights in the Basilica, played music for us, and slowly turned them all on. Seeing the beauty of the Basilica slowly revealed to us, and having the music playing in the background was pretty epic. He also let us walk on the ...