Belambra Clubs - La Chambre d'Amour
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to see the San Vincente church. San Sebastián is a lovely town, quite fashionable but very touristy. We have heard lots of French voices all day, as well as English and Australians. We bought a Spanish SIM card, that took a while as we had to show a proof of identity (which neither of us had with us...) although we were only buying a 15 euros card! After our purchase we went to visit the Buen Pastor (Good Sheperd) ...
... A good place for shopping although prices are higher in France (coffee 3.50€) than in Spain (coffee 1.50€; glass of wine 2.50-3€). Back at our hotel 2.30 but once again Insight coach tours have chosen a hotel that is not central The city area is about 3km walk. Time that could be better spent when we only have two nights in this city. We are given a ride to town on the Insight coach and after a lot more walking, ...
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 Franšios 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 ...
... that serve drink and pintxos (pronounced pinchoes). Pintxos are pretty much fancy tapas. They are awesome. So we spent the first night having a few drinks and hopping from bar to bar eating pintxos. Needless to say the next day was a recovery day. Today we went for a short run around the bay area of San Sebastián then took a walk up a hill where there was a Jesus statue. Good times, good views. Tonight Carly and I are going on a pintxo tasting tour, should be fun. Bye ...
... After around 10:30 the crowds begin to disperse but it is not unusual to see families with toddlers and strollers still walking and socializing past 11:00pm. The Spanish are very family orientated and children are often the main attraction in the little cliches and gatherings on the plazas.
We had our night caps and wandered back to our pension by 11:45. My leg seems to be healing and returning to a normal ...