Residence Club mmv Ondres L'Allee des Dunes
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Well after our very long road trip yesterday, we finally arrived in San Sebastian.
San Sebastian is a northern coastal town in Spain an it is absolutely stunning! The streets are buzzing with people, the air is warm and the beer is cold!
This seems to be a very popular tourist spot for Spaniards but not so much for people outside Spain, which is kind of nice.
Today we saw a local cycling race, a dog's bottom ...
... on the kayak and set out into the bay. My friend was on a paddle board and she got wiped out by a wave. Smashed. She lost her go pro to the sea. Still in good spirits she got back on the board and we paddled around.
I saw a side of San Sebastian that I had never seen before. Being out on the water and looking at what I have called home for a few weeks made me appreciate it ...
We had such a fun long week in San Sebastian, it is a really wonderful city! The food scene here is as good as you can find anywhere, with as many Michelin three starred restaurants as nearly any city in Europe. All of us loved the pintxos (tapas) bars in the Old Town, and the kids got more comfortable exploring the night scene as the week moved along. The night scene here doesn’t really start ...
... with them! It made your heart pound waiting for them to jump and one bull actually didn't jump it ran out and trampled over them all!!! We got to the arena and were able to get right in the fence line everyday. The first day I was so nervous I did not know what to expect- people were getting nailed everywhere and the whole arena was just going "oooohhhh" "aaahhhhhh" and screaming it was just crazy! I felt so bad for people that got nailed but by day 3 I was cheering for the bulls ...
... of Robert dropping luggage off with Rosemarie at the station, then dropping off the car and walking back to the station--all in time for our train! We did a couple of dry runs to give ourselves confidence we could do it, then headed up to San Sebastián. What a treat! First, the Spanish toll plazas still use the bill and coin icons -- yea! Then we discovered San Sebastián, whose lovely, stately tall buildings surround the many beach areas that ...