Petit Palace Tamarises
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... cabin and I awoke ready for the evening. Sue, however, looked a little green and wasn’t really up to much. We both didn’t fancy a big meal so opted for the salad bar on the top deck. I don’t think Sue appreciated my comedy walking from side to side like we were on a rough sea ha! Early night and a cup of tea followed and we watched the film The Way on the laptop, which was quite fitting to end the holiday ...
... surf although it does get pretty churned up with the wind blowing the wrong way and the tide in. This afternoon was still and the beach was pretty busy with people mostly sunbathing but a few in the water. We found a spot and settled in for a relaxing couple of hours and a cheeky ice cream but it cooled down fairly fast as soon as a big cloud ruined the party and spread itself out over the sky. We hopped on the famed (according to Betty) 'elevator' up the cliff to town for ...
... beautiful, and sell now for millions of Euros. There is a wide and eclectic range of building styles, mock Tudor, Swiss Chalet, Scottish Baronial, Italianate Castles and everything in between.
Overall it looks like a very prosperous and pleasant city, the part nearer the bridge being more salubrious than that near the old port. Today the port is running a free shuttle to the bridge and the old town, but we decide ...
From San Sebastian we went on a daytrip to Bilbao, about an hour's busride away, to see the Guggenheim modern art museum. The building was very cool, as was the outdoor art. Some of the indoor exhibitions were great too, but overall we found them disappointing compared to some other modern art museums (e.g. Kanazawa in Japan and Arhus in Copenhagen).
... me but also knows English and was VERY helpful on move-in day. Today we walked to the University which as about a 30 min walk Penelope-speed (who is being such a champ I must add!) and we registered, did a short Spanish placement exam, had the above mentioned sandwiches and fresh sqeezed orange juice at the school cafeteria and met all of our contacts that we otherwise have only knows by email. We then took the TRAM (train) home, which was fun and made ...