Hotel Zaragoza Plaza
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... can stroll, sit, eat and drink. So we strolled, ate, drank and sat. Just think, three days ago we were enjoying the Mediterranean and now we were looking out to the Atlantic. On our first full day we walked to the far end of the promenade (>2 mi) stopping at the Miramar Palace where prior to 1914, Queen Maria Christina held court in her summer palace. In 1845 Queen Isabella came here on the recommendation of her doctor and it soon attracted the ...
... they are traditionally used in Spain to make horchata), so they were a new texture and flavor for us (assuming they were actually chufas, not sure what the quotes indicate...). There was also a truffle sauce which added to the luxuriousness of the dish.
"Xaxu" and Coconut Iced Mousse
Xaxu is apparently a local dessert (by one bakery, I think?), so this is their riff on it. When pierced, the ball oozes out a yolky mixture with flavors of almonds. ...
... overlooks the beach of La Concha, each time I’ve been
there I hadn’t noticed a huge influx of tourists. “If this is a local place,
why aren’t they listening to local music,” I wondered. As an acoustic remix of “Bad
Romance” glared through the speakers I began to notice slight variations in the
song that was different to the version I would hear at ...
... we began to laugh uncontrollably. Tears came to my eyes as we laughed at our own bad luck and our new story to tell. The day had not gone as planned and normally that would have irritated me greatly but when you are traveling you have to roll with the punches. Sometimes you end up stuck in a strange city, sometimes you miss your bus, and sometimes you end up in a hotel that may or may not have bed bugs, but every time your friends can make the whole experience worth it. ...
... and thank him for making the effort to meet. It is short but a wonderful catch up. I certainly enjoyed having a familiar face around after so long. Even though it’s only been 66 days, it feels a lot longer in that respect because every day is a new face, a new character, a new personality. I go to the beach for a quick swim. The water is surreal. It is 28 degrees and the beach is just the place I want to be right now. Someone from the hostel has eaten my leftover pasta so ...