- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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So today Cameron and I took a jog to Deusto. I was dying. He was 10x a better runner than me. We then met up and climbed then hill to see the statue of Jesus. My legs are dead. I have never in my entire life climbed up hills that steep. The dogs are different here than in America. Dogs here are mostly small dogs more seen as an accessory I would say. Always wearing coats paired next to stylish women. On our hike we saw a man kick the ball off this very steep ledge and about had a ...
So I just arrived to my flat in San Sebastián and am in awe. I never thought it would be a place as spectacular as this. Santiago picked both me and Cameron up from the airport and told us things about the city. First, he said that San Sebastián will be the capital of Europe by 2017. Second, he informed us that on midnight of the 19th and during the day on the 20th, San Sebastián holds a party in the streets of the old town where I live. At this party people play trombones and ...
... toughest physical challenge of our lives and I am so proud to say Buen Camino. Day 2 - All I wanted to do was sleep. After rubbing a tube of voltaren on my shoulders and legs I still woke up to the now customary pain. However, even though we were hurting, we still put on our gear and headed out the door with the aim of finishing stage two. It started out well with some warmth and sunshine but in the end became rainy, muddy and wet. Errin decided to stack it on ...
... people on the trail today, a woman from Myrtleford who we walked with for an hour or so, and one man who was returning for the third time on the Camino. He said he has been on many walks, but this one is his favourite because of the comradery of the other walkers. We have already seen this two days in, the people are great and willing to help and give advice and also have a laugh over a drink and dinner at the end of the day, whether we speak ...
... managed to see (and eat!) most of what the Garden Route had to offer before flying back from Port Elizabeth to Johannesburg and back to Europe. We did, however, manage to squeeze in a last bit of South African history with a visit to the Apartheid museum in Jo'burg. Alf (Tom's friend Lindsay's dad) and Charlene looked after us wonderfully and delivered us back refreshed to the airport for our final flight back. We were sad to leave a country which definitely grabbed ...