During the annual St.Thomas Day Festival in San Sebastian, farmers bring their prized animals to show off to the public + sell in the city square. One of these was a 4-horned ram! Sad to have magical properties, see it here.
San Sebastián is one of the cities in the world to hold the highest number of Michelin stars per square metre (only beaten by Kyoto in Japan, and well ahead of cities like Paris and Lyon). The city is dotted with “Pintxo” Bars… hosting some very unusual, delicious tapas-like snacks! I especially enjoyed the local wine, “Txakoli”,
Nearby tombstone of a fallen solder beside Mount Urgull in the Basque town of San Sebastián. My full article on Mount Urgull here, including photos + why Napoleon chose this spot.
Above is the signature Gin & Tonic made with juniper berries at Atari tapas bar in San Sebastián, Spain! See Atari’s website here: http://gastroleku.com They are famous for their creative Pinchos! Juniper berries health benefits:
A typical night club on the water’s edge, La Concha Bay in the Bay of Biscay. More on San Sebastian HERE including photos! Other Night Scenes in San Sebastián
Shot Details Taken on the streets of San Sebastian, Spain, during the St Thomas Day Festival. “Taking joy in living is a woman’s best cosmetic.” – Rosalind Russell
San Sebastian (where I got engaged) is the world’s culture capital for 2016! They’re most famous for the little snacks they make (and they make hundreds) at all the bars in the ancient “Old Town” on the water’s edge, every evening from 5pm.
So Napoleon had a forte in a really old town that still exists today in Spain, in the bay of Biscay. I got to hike up a mountain to see it.
San Sebastián is world-renowned for its food. In fact, it was the food capital of the world a few years back! It’s one of the cities in the world to hold the highest number of Michelin stars per square metre (only beaten by Kyoto in Japan, and well ahead of cities like Paris and Lyon). Don’t