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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... by the bridge that crosses over to the older historic part. First stop and all subsequent stops - tapas tapas tapas. We took recommendations from friends and of course the Internet. And we loved them all! The only challenge was getting the attention of the servers in some of those exceptionally crowded shops. And I'm sure it would help if we could understand the menu or specials that are written on the ...
... with us, jackets beanies and full gloves. The speed was great and not too many wet corners, though a car pulled out in front of us which meant that for half of the way down we were on the brakes a bit earlier as the car was going pretty cautiously. We ended up at Hondarribia in time for a warming coffee then a great lunch. Hondarribia is right on the border with France, across the river is ...
... nice to have access to a shower and to plug the car in to recharge all that needed recharging.
Frank & Charlotte texted and said they were about 20 minutes away in the town of Somo so we headed there to say goodbye as they were catching the ferry from Santander to the UK the same evening. We continued on towards Gijon and following the storm rider surf guide we headed to a surf ...
... the best part of the morning gone, there was no chance that I could complete the circular route I had picked out, so opted for a shortened alternative. I took a twisty road to the village of Ezkurra, It was nice enough, although it was one hazard after another: mud on the road, fresh cut grass standing water. On the way back I put the bike into “sport mode”. This bike is so advanced that it has electronically adjustable suspension and engine management system. Sounds ...
... thing that blew us away was the appetizer…..they bring you what looks like soap and lotion to wash your hands.
A piece of slate is set before you with a “soap” plunger and sponge (really bread and a tomato/basil gel), and a tub of “face moisturizer” (really fresh tasty fromage blanc) and a bottle of “mouth wash” (really champagne and grenadine) to cleanse your palate! HA! What a trip!!! Then, adjoining this was ...