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Day 4: San Sebastián by Gloria

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Being the last day, we afford to get up later. After check-out, we went to breakfast at a coffee shop in the middle of the La Bretxa market. We walked to the beach of Ondarrieta, behind which hide some tremendous casoplones, worthy of Beverly Hills.

Casoplon

We went into one of the mountains with very steep streets. During the route, we ended up returning through Miramar Park. Although there was no sun, heat and humidity were present. We returned to the neighborhood of Gros, where the pension was, to eat near there and thus collect things and go to the station in time. We ate at the Ramuntxo Berri restaurant, a street from the pension and in front of the Donostiarra Winery, the first place we ate.

It is frequented by local workers. We ate from the menu: carpaccio de bonito, followed by medium with potatoes and yogurt cream for € 11.80. We went to the Barrenetxe bakery in Guipuzkoa square to buy a souvenir for home. There they sell some muffins called txintxorro, which are an orange sponge cake - which is barely noticeable - with almonds and crocanti in a very pretty box. From there we went to the station and said goodbye to the city.

Data of interest:
1. RAMONTXU BERRI RESTAURANT: lunchtime menu € 11.80.
2. Txintxorros metal box, Barrenetxe pastry: € 14.
3. Renfe wagon-cafeteria: 1 tonic € 2.20 / 1 Eagle peanuts € 1.60 / Kit Kat € 1.60. Total: € 5.40.

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