Parador de Hondarribia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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always a pleasure to stay in these old, beautifully restored buildings.
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... tell richer people are dwelling here - houses are so nice and some of them very posh, but somehow I didn't get the pretentious impression, rather down to earth. Very sophisticated for sure.
We walked down to the beach which is a very pretty crescent shape. We strolled along the water and checked out the old town. Beautiful streets and lots and lots of pintxos bars. Of course we had to try one of them. :) Greg was worried that he may eat so ...
... cod. I am so grateful I like fish, it would be nearly impossible to survive in the north of Spain without eating fish! As well as bread, it is a part of every meal and if you even look like you could be thinking about being hungry they just hand you a piece of bread. Not a country for the gluten free. After our lunch we went to another town Saint Juan De Luz and walked around then one more stop in Hendaye where we walked the coastline of France. It was ...
... it look particularly easy. When I attempted to do the same my legs shook as I tried to keep the board from overturning. It wasn't long before I was on my knees and making my way out to sea that way. Once we got past the slight waves of the shore I attempted to stand again, positioning myself differently on the board and having much more success. I followed Issy and Mark out, trying not to fall off as Sam continued to throw water ...
... is leaving the channel.
Back in San Sebastián I enjoy a GF freshly made baguette, catch the funicular up the hill for some views and relax on the beach. People are out sunbathing and swimming but there is quite a windchill factor. They must have some sort of San Seb body insulation mechanism.
... and from houses. Ruben said that it is a financial dispute, the region believes that it supports Spain economically through the tourism and export industries.
We wandered around the city in the light rain before seeking a supermarket. We chose to cook in the hostel tonight using up items we were carrying in the car, including a bottle of wine. I was very excited for a meal of vegetables!