They're going to get some pretty awful shorts tanlines. The fools!
Not the best weather, but you take what you can get.
The old town.
For the best anchovies you'll ever eat go to Bar Txepetxa.
1 litre mojitos. What's not to love?
Fun park by the water.
San Sebastian by night.
Being creepy in an alley.
Every night there were fireworks. It would have cost a fortune.
Olives with vermouth; Kobe beef burger on a ketchup bun with banana chips; The "dirty" salad; "Coaled" cod with pepper pips; Tomato puree, mussels and bechamel; Ajoblanco garlics with tuna and apple - At A Fuego Negro.
Sorry boyz, I'm okupatuta.
I've said this before - mini foods taste better. This burger was no exception.
All of the lights, all of the lights...
A pretty city.
I think San Sebastian is my version of paradise – sun, music, food, drink and beach.
Pintxos (tapas) is what San Sebastian is famous for and it’s lots of fun bar hopping from one bar to the next sampling each bar’s specialty. The stand out bars with the most amazing pintxos were: Txepetxa (for the best anchovies you’ll ever eat), Borda Berri (great risotto), La Cuchara de San Telmo (veal cheeks) and A Fuego Negro (book into the restaurant area and get the tasting menu – we went twice in 5 days!).
Don’t forget to try the ciders and the txakoli (young wine poured from a height) while you’re in San Sebastian too.
Damn, I want to go back again.