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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension Edorta San Sebastián - Donostia
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... cool vibe. So busy and lots of bars and pintos restaurants. We sat back down by the water for awhile then went to the supermarket to grab some snacks for dinner and a few pre drinks because we were going on the pub crawl that night. We just got some crackers and cheese etc and a few bottles if sangria then went back to our hostel room for a picnic and to get ready for the night. At 10pm we went into town to meet the group ...
... try it so the Aussie guy very kindly bought me one to try. And as they had all bragged it was really really good.
We all decided we were up for another night out and one of the girls had heard about a beach club that we agreed to visit. First we bought a few bottles of wine and drank those at the hostel. It then began to rain and it didn't seem like a beach club would be most appropriate so we got the hostel receptionist to lead us to a bar but ...
... teaching religion to the poor, and caring for those in need. He officially, with Saint Xavier, founded the Jesuits in 1540 when he had the society approved by Pope Paul III. 300 some years later, Marquette University, the finest Jesuit institution in the world, was founded, and the rest is history.
During his time of reflection in Manresa, after his conversion to Catholicism, Ignatius created his famous Spiritual Exercises, which include The Examen of Consciousness. ...
... weather, but walking around Bilbao was pretty pleasant - the Casco Viejo (old town) in particular. I also made my way to the Guggenheim museum (designed by Canadian architect Frank Gehry - hmm...looks like the MIT Stata building all over again.), the Gran Via (shopping street), and did a bit of wandering in general. I ended up in a bookshop reading an iPhone app development book in Spanish...huh, guess I still have a little bit of my profession left in me. (It ...
... attack without it) Julie, Sam, and I went into the museum. The museum is more famous for the architecture than what it holds inside but I absolutely loved the inside of it. There was this huge exhibit of Iron sculptures that you could walk inside of and you literally felt like a little ant walking around a structure that was so big you couldn't even tell what it was. This was my favorite exhibit but I loved them all.
After spending about 2 hours or so ...