Pierre & Vacances Residence Haguna
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... There are loads of tapas bars, ceviche (raw fish) bars, pizza places and any other sort of food you can think of. I think the car won't see much action here, and hopefully we can do everything we want to do on foot. In 2 days we have spent lots of time on the beach - the boys have got the knack of body surfing, had a couple of runs, explored the town, done a little bit of shopping and just chilled out. We have got 2 weeks in this place and I think we are going to love ...
... with my name on it. "Yes... this is us.... Oh, thank you so much", I said overjoyed that my fears were wrong. Laura was thoroughly delightful, who introduced us to Oliver, who had a cart for our luggage, and we were efficiently on the move to the waiting Mercedes van. Both "angel" and driver, spoke perfect English, and were wonderful. Laura asked how Cannes, and our trip was, and I told her about the horrid treatment we had this morning in Cannes, by the ...
... they do the massive paella, something we want to try - simple good but looks good. This place is absolutely chocka! Dinner's good, a couple of sangria's and about 10.30 we're on the move again. Lining up for dinner, dessert is not out of the ordinary here, it's holiday central. In the square by the church is a concert, a men's choir singing in French & Spanish - it's all go. Head to the beach and it is littered with people - EVERYWHERE!! the beach is filled with ...
... moving river, it really is quite sensational but add clouds, a persistent mist and temperatures in the mid to high teens and you can't help but get a little depressed.
With this in mind i decided to take a much needed break and head to the gorgeous Spanish town of San Sebastian. When i say gorgeous i mean gorgeous, this place truly could be heaven on earth. White sand beaches, barreling left's, sun, sangria, cerveza and ...