San Sebastian

NOUN
  1. a city in northern Spain on the Bay of Biscay near the French border; a fashionable seaside resort
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  • While L. and Aliette wait to begin their first lesson the next day, the mysterious illness is creeping from the sleepy Spanish tourist town of San Sebastián. L. Debard and Aliette
  • Both foggy white boxes contain one sealed inner box, flowing interstitial foyer space and, as finale, a single punctured window aligned with one or other of the adjacent hills that cradle San Sebastian.
  • During the Peninsular War in 1812 a permanent company of sappers and miners was established in the British army for the first time, and miners brought the siege of San Sebastian to a successful conclusion in 1813.
  • Calle San Sebastian still heaves, though the revolutionary fervour seems to have evaporated.
  • We were invited to the San Sebastian Suite during our stay, the pearl of this 23, 000 square foot boutique.
  • Italy dominated the list, with Siena in sixth place and Bologna seventh. Just above Edinburgh were the Spanish cities of San Sebastian (eighth) and Barcelona (ninth).
  • San Sebastian, just as if nothing had ever happened; neither the Barber and Carmen, nor Nelson and Byron; the past but a phantom; the present the prosiest of prose-poems. "Marse Henry" : an autobiography,
  • He dropped anchor in the bay that fronts San Sebastian, the island's capital, which stands on one of the few pieces of flat land.
  • San Sebastián's population dwindled from a high of several thousand in the nineteenth century to just 600 today. Tired of Puerto Vallarta? Try the mountains: the road to San Sebastián
  • The high aquiline nose which is characteristic of the autochthonic race abounds in San Sebastian, but we saw no signs of the high temper which is said to go with it. Familiar Spanish Travels
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