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... warm facilities and a friendly receptionist. The downside is a busy main road close by, and, no fault of the campsite, the oak leaves and acorns falling non-stop. One of the staff was working all day with a leaf blower, but was fighting a losing battle. We never did get to see any of the Acacias though.
I know a couple of our readers enjoy the toilet sagas. Here they were typically French, having no loo roll, soap ...
... mushroom and a sauce, accompanied by a bread basket on which to spread the concoction. It may sound like a strange combination, but it was fantastic, and we were loath to leave the bar as Motown played overhead. We had eaten and drunk more than our fill over the course of the day, however, and we had an early morning ahead of us, so we called it a night sometime after 10 p.m.--an embarrassingly early hour for Spain.
Gato Tally: Still ...
I want to tell you that we chose to stay here because it's in the centre of San Sebastian and that's a sensible place to stay if you're going to hang out in somewhere new. However, I'm pretty shallow and this place has got a roof terrace with ...
... from our hostel, including our new roomies - Sasha and Ruth, both from Victoria of course!
The next day was officially reserved for a day at the beach, no sight-seeing! We managed to find a little patch of sand amongst the other bazillion people there, and did what most people usually do at the beach.. nothing! Then in the eve we did more nothing and sat in a plaza eating calamari - it's a tough life - before having ...
... months ahead of them.
Apparently they paint the cobblestones with an anti-skid now, to cut down on bull-skid - kind of takes the fun out of it, a bit.
There's a fairly substantial old walled city that still exists, the gunpowder store was built in 1694, while the main gate was completed in 1767 which effectively slammed closed the drawbridge.
Enjoyed "pintxo" (really just tapas but with a chef's flourish) while watching the Tour de France at the ...