Caserio Urresti

B0 Basetxetas, 12, Gautegiz Arteaga, Basque, 48314 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Gautegiz Arteaga

April 10, 2014

A travel blog entry by thefinnegans


... Easier said than done here. We walked for an hour looking for a restaurant that had English on their menu. At lunch we ordered a glass of white wine. Ended up with a bottle of red. Hmmm...breakdown in communication or just a waiter trying to help us make good decisions. After a 1/2 (actually 3/4) bottle of wine, Laurie asked me to do a teeth check to ensure she did not have purple teeth. I couldn't see out of my left eye and my ...


A travel blog entry by kinglee


The Guggenheim Museum is amazing. The architecture reminded us of the Sydney Opera House. We saw an exhibition on Yoko Ono and gained a greater appreciation of her work and her rare talent. We walked through the city to the old town and wandered around the medieval streets. The library was magnificent building with fabulous stained glass windows.We found a great local cafe/bar Axtande and went there for breakfast . It served excellent cafe con ...

The road to my ancestral grounds

A travel blog entry by alihaney

The bus ride to Bilbao was six hours long, with one stop in Lerma, the home of El Cid, the legendary hero of Spain. We stopped at a little hotel/bar that doubled as a rest stop (Lerma is not a big town), and I took a chance on a candy bar for a pick-me-up, which ended up tasting like a strange mix between a kit kat bar and a coffee crisp. On the second leg of the journey, things started to change outside the windows of the bus. Madrid is flat, and while there is some greenery it is very ...

Loyola and Azpeitia

A travel blog entry by andrearini


... San Sebastian, where Ignatius was baptized, and got to climb the tower next to it. We happened to run into a man whose father used to be the clock keeper in the tower. He used to work with his dad as a boy so he knew the ins and outs of the tower. He gave us a VIP tour and let us go all the way to the top. However, we could only stand on the top level, where all 4 of the bells were, in groups of 6 because the tower is so old and not sturdy, and that is all the weight it can bear at ...

A rented Picasso

A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear


The car we rented in Malaga was a Citroen Picasso, a masterpiece of design once you get used to both headlights being on the same side. We dropped it off in Madrid a week later, having passed through Ronda, Seville, Granada and Toledo. After three days in Madrid, we rented a Nissan Qashqai for five days, passing through Avila, Segovia, Vallodolid and Burgos and ending in Bilbao. Frances and I shared the driving.

Spanish drivers were actually ...


This hotel, located on B0 Basetxetas, 12, Gautegiz Arteaga, is near Gernika Museum of Peace and Mundaka Beach.
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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding