San Sebastian Playa Hotel
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... many do. As we approached I turned Run Keeper on for Carm and took some photos just for her. We spent almost three hours sunning ourselves and swimming. The beach was packed tight. The sun was out and it was just right - 28°. After the beach we continued north as I wanted to walk around the suburb just behind the beach as it's a spot where one of the apartments we are going to look at is located. The port area was a bit quiet but the rest was ...
... went to. We had 3 tapas dishes and some desert and left about 9.30 and there were still only 3 or 4 other tables occupied. I know they eat late but thatīs ridiculous.
Yesterday we did a hop on hop off bus riade around the city to see some more of it. No more Caudi apart from the drive bys. We stopped at the 1992 Olympic stadium, which is now used as a home ground by the local rugby club! it was original buuilt in 1929 ...
... then. 9:00 came and the show hadn't started yet. Hmm?? Maybe it didn't start till 10, so we decided to wait for another hour. 10:00 came and still no show, so we decided to leave. A bit of a buzz kill :( Got a taxi back to the hotel. Got back around 11ish, and because it was a free day, we didn't know where everyone was, so we just stayed in, organized our suitcases, showered and went to ...
Barcelona day one, off by myself, as I knew I would be looking at a lot of architecture and design places and usually take my time at these. First stop Casa Batllo, This is a house that gaudi designed as a resident home. It was pretty amazing and also dreamlike. It was like there was no straight lines in the house, all curves. Was very interesting getting an audio guide also and being told about it, as you explored. From a designers ...
... hour or so talking, so so lovely to see her again! It had been far too long.
After a very leisurely start (which is totally acceptable in Spain, stuff doesn’t open til 10 or 11), we went to the Sagrada Familia, possibly the craziest church in existence, designed by Gaudi ages ago, and still in progress thanks to a lack of funding. The line was huuuuge (we’re talking hundreds of meters), and we all decided that we ...