Villa Bel Air
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... had stunning views of the beach, the bay and the ever optimistic surfers waiting to catch the perfect wave. We donned our raincoats, grabbed an umbrella and set off to explore San Sebastian.
The laneways of the old town are now home to bars and restaurants and we enjoyed an early dinner of pintxos and red wine at one of the bars. This bar had 8 cooks who were continuously bringing out platters of ...
The last 5 days have flown by in San Sebastian and we are well and truly feeling like locals now. Our Spanish has not come along as well as we would have liked and I still have a very unhelpful habit of speaking half english, half french which is really not endearing me to our Spanish brothers very much. Oli has decided to skip Spanish and is practising Italian now and very proudly can say, "I'm pregnant", and "how do you develop this film?" in Italian. That should help ...
... be at 10:45pm. That answered our question as to the big event of the night. We turned around and walked back to the edge of the cove just in time for the fireworks show. The show was quite impressive and lasted 20 minutes, the longest show I've ever watched. We opted not to get a second ice cream after the show, even though that was the local tradition. All we could think, as we laid down for the night, was how we hoped our dinner experience would be a little less stressful ...
... her wallet, we went back to the hostel and met Claire, another Australian, and all three walked off to explore. It was raining but we went shopping and I bought a pair of 10 euro jeans that I probably didn´t need but again, fit perfectly, in a way impossible in Australia! We then walked to the old town for food as I looked up an article on my phone (that I had bookmarked months ago) which suggested we go there for pintxos. On the way Clare pointed out a little ...
... centered around the fact that we had enjoyed working together for so many years and he was going to miss me in his daily routine. I agreed - I felt the same, hence the tears! Shortly after that conversation I began to initiate my succession plan at work. I officially retired six months later and in May 2012 moved to Maui, Hawaii to train for the 500 mile walk.
Mom and I read a dozen books and researched web sites on the Camino for months. We ...