Belambra Clubs - La Chambre d'Amour
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It was quite an interesting market with everything from live produce to prepared foods ready to eat; it also included lots of local produce and various prepared foods like sausages, wines, cheeses, honey and other items including some artisan work. After surveying the market and picking up some items for our own consumption, we finally headed up the road towards our first destination, Orison. Only 8 kilometres away we were not rushing things as ...
We woke the next day to sun shine and walked down the road to a patisserie. With delicious looking baked goods in our hands, we went back to the house for a new exciting breakfast of chocolate, pastry, almond things. Yum!
After breakfast we packed a lunch along with our bags and FranÁios drove us back to Angers train station. It was sad to leave him, we have had such a great year with him and it was nice not having to ...
... is I am usually blogging or reading, which sets off my motion sickness. About an hour into the ride I ate our delicious meatball sandwiches. About another hour after that I passed out like a champion. I slept for over two hours, a complete surprise. By the time I shook myself out of that groggy state we were in San Sebastián. The second surprise was the cooler temperature in San Sebastián. Finally we were feeling some comfortable weather. The hotel was about ...
... we sat in Spain eating our lunch looking at France. On the way back towards San SebastiŠn we stayed on the more major roads rather than heading back over the mountain which meant that we got back about 30 minutes quicker than we taken to head out so a great return trip. We still had time later in the day for a walk around Pasai Donibane (the small village that we're staying in close to San SebastiŠn. ...
San Sebastian was easily one of our favorite places on this trip with the sandy beaches, delicious tapas bars, and great running spots. We loved it sooo much that our original 3 nights at the apartment turned into 4 and a cancellation of our Pamplona hotel. (We made the crazy decision to arrive in Pamplona by train at 9:30am and leave after the bull run the next day at 11:30am. That means that we would be in Pamplona for 26 hours and we ...