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San Sebastian to Orio to Getaria

San Sebastian

San Sebastian


The other day I left off with the girls having gone shopping and the boys hiking. We had made the better choice as they ended up hiking 17 km. in very hot humid weather with very steep inclines and declines. We, on the other hand, experienced the city, its people and culture. San Sebastian is an amazingly beautiful city, as well as vibrant and active.

City Hall

City Hall

Beautiful houses

Beautiful houses

Sea front promenade

Sea front promenade

Architecture

Architecture

Boating

Boating

A childs entertainment

A childs entertainment

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While we meandered around town Rick was busy capturing sights of his own, albeit a bit more rural.DSC02186

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Leaving San Sebastian we arrived in Orio, a small fishing village built in the 12th century.OrioDSC02229

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DSC02278After a short walk through town we crossed the bridge, followed the path along the river then began our hike upwards out of town and into beautiful pastoral scenery once again; we were heading into Getaria. Situated on the Bay of Biscay, Getaria is an old town with a mountain that is an islet, a port, beaches, the ocean, and rolling green hills of vineyards; the beauty of a wine region. DSC02293

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About the author Along the Way: life begins at home yet our door is forever open to adventure, new places and new people. Welcome to our travels around the world.

This blog is really about us, my husband Rick and I and our travels. We are retired with grown children and two granddaughters. We travel...exhilarating in new experiences and places and all that each day holds. We believe that life begins to fade once we fail to live into it anymore. So come along the way with us and enjoy the journey too!

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One Comment

  1. how gorgeous to have san sebastian from two wonderfully different perspectives… 17 extra humid km’s has my hat off to rick and his countryside photos are well worth the climb… the photo of the ladies on the bench is lovely… you’ve made some wonderful friendships wherever you roam… the photos of the port and sea are breathtaking… i also love the ancient doorways… wonderful!! keep well.. xox

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