How 2 Do Seven days, Cabrio in the Basque Countries

San Sebastian is simply fantastic…. Bilbao is impressive and hospitality is everywhere..

 

 Landed in Girona, first night is in Zaragoza, Spain


Now arriving in Donostia (San Sebastian)- Summers over 🙂

1st Night is guided Pinxos tour with Eli from www.sansebastianfood.com

Learning to pour cidre

Basics of ham

Simple fish place

Mussels in Brussels San Sebastian

SoloMillo

Our knowledgeable guide Eli from San Sebastian Food company… i look full and Jesper happy

Sliders in spain

Last stop

Cheese cake

And it is popular

Beach Pano

San sebastian promenade

Diner burger to start… and quite decent


Iberian ham… the best of the whole trip.. at secret location

Goat and tomato

Fois Gras

More Mussels in tomato

late market

Notice the prices…Nothing compared to luxembourg

Tortilla


Pintxos

One of my favorites – fried peppers and salt

A little ham to get started

And then a burger again

Stumbled into a party full of nice people…

Jesper dilligently performs the Cabrio, view pose

Warm it isn’t

Now in Vitoria waiting for our early 2000 booking.
Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Sagartoki

Guernica – Picasso’s reminder to the horror’s of war


Bilbao – Here we had little luck with our food.. and my pic’s so in short
Koontz dog

a museum 🙂
Now in Girona – Restaurant Nu – Last night –  fantastic meal…value of the year!

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Restaurant Nu

Lessons Learned

  • Always drive a cabriolet also when it is too cold
  • Going to Basque, fly on Biarritz and not Girona
  • San Sebastian is fantastic
  • Don’t book restaurants too early on the day
  • Be vary of Menu’s … it’s sometimes for the tourists… eat what you fancy
  • Be Hungry
  • San Sebastian food Guides, Restaurant Nu and Sagartoki are strong recommendations

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