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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... br> San Sebastian is a foodie's heaven. There are just so many restaurants. On the recommendation of the hotel concierge, we had lunch at Bernado's, a seafood restaurant. I was undecided whether to order the prawns or lobster but decided on the prawns as I didn't want the hassle of tackling the lobster in its shell. Thwarted! The prawns (looking more like scampi) were served hot, in their shells, with a garlic ...
... 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 ...
... like death, but it was okay and I had made it back safely. Tuesday after school I came home and was going to take a siesta but decided to skype jonathan instead and we talked for 2 and a half hours. I miss him so much, it was so good to see him but it's never enough. I had to go because me, Zak, Sophie Kory and Steven were going to free tapas night at La Lola and had to leave at 9. we got there at ten and there was a lot of people there and we got so much free food that I ...
... one quite different. We ended the night with some delicious crepes filled with cream and caramel sauce. Yum! The next day the weather was much better. Still not that warm but the sun was out and it was clear blue skies. There is a big statue of Jesus on top of a hill that you get a pretty sweet view from so we decided to hike up there. Once we actually figured out how to get up there that is! A couple of the paths were closed for maintenance so we ended ...
... first job setting up camp was with super-glue and a heap of patience trying to get the fiddly plastic corner socket back together. Luckily our efforts worked and with the camper van work done, we were free to enjoy the rest of our time in San Sebastian, taking in the sights from the top of Mount Urguli, exploring the old town, eating tapas and relaxing on ...