Not much left to see in this town, as there aren't that many tourist attractions beyond the beach and shopping.
We had breakfast at Le Pizza Cafe - I had a slice of potato torta and a tuna toothpick, J had a croissant and we all had coffee. We then went to try and find the old cathedral, as we knew there was a 16th C Gothic church. We finally found it in the old town
and then we'd almost exhausted the historical sights of San Sebastian. J went back to the pension and JP and I went shopping. But first we had a small lunch of toothpicks. And here's 2 shots of these wonderful items
These are such a great idea, people have one or more for lunch or a snack, as they are available all day. Much nicer than having to eat a large plateful!! But they're run on the honesty system, and for many westerners that's a foreign concept.
We shopped for a couple of hours, but many shops were shut for the lunch break (usually from 1 to 4) so we went back for a rest and ventured out again around 5. After more shopping and a walk to the Maria Christina bridge across the river (photo coming later via JP) we went back to the Pizza Cafe for dinner. We ordered up big to show J how wonderful it all was, and once again waddled back to the pension and bed.
Sadly, across the street is a disco, and tonight it was on. Starting at 3am. It wasn't the music that was the problem, it was the 200 or 300 young people gathered in the street talking laughing and cavorting around until the disco closed at 6.00am. Sigh.