Pension Loinaz

Address: San Lorenzo 17, San Sebastián - Donostia, Basque, 20003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of San Sebastián - Donostia, is near Playa de la Concha, Parte Vieja, Monte Urgull, and La Perla Centro Talaso-Sport.
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    Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia

    Blog Entry 10

    A travel blog entry by annabarth on Jun 25, 2015

    ... wanted to be done with all of this. This is my last week with my friends who are only staying for one session, and instead of spending my day with them, I was stuck sitting on my incredibly uncomfortable bed in my apartment, with the metal of the frame digging into me through my thin mattress, staring at a computer screen trying to make travel plans. But, in the end, I know it will all be worth it the second I step off the plane in ...

    Powerless

    A travel blog entry by maddieeakin on Jun 21, 2015









    Birds are my own personal form of kryptonite. They way they move, twitch, dive, sound, and look are all things I hate about them. I hate when I am walking down the boardwalk in San Sebastian trying to fit in with those around me, and one flies right at me. Mostly everyone acts like it’s not even a big deal. They keep walking unfazed by the ...

    Macho Villager

    A travel blog entry by emily_folse on Jun 14, 2015

    ... about her teenage daughter's boyfriend, the first question is always the same: “Is he Basque?” The Basque people stood as a unit against Franco, and elements of this exclusivity can still be found today. Although polite chivalry is hard to find in San Sebastián, I do not take offense; I know that Basque men have their own ideas about machismo especially for the villager.


    Surviving in San Sebastian

    A travel blog entry by cierrarae on May 28, 2015

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    ... so when arriving in Spain and everyone speaks Basque.

    A different culture and language in a place where I was not expecting it to be as prominent as it was. Walking around being asked questions in both Spanish and what I assume is Basque made me feel like I fit in even though I knew I did not. Slowly the culture and this city are starting to feel like any other place except a little more beautiful. A little lost in the language. A ...

    Au Revoir Paris and Hola Spain!

    A travel blog entry by writeofpassage on Jul 06, 2013

    ... you have no seats" which Nathan thought to mean the train had no set seating. When Nathan tried to confirm his presumed interpretation, but the man replied "Me speak no English" which peeved Nathan since the man clearly could understand him.

    When we boarded Train 8541 from Paris to Irun, we took two seats together and waited for the other passengers to be seat. We had only been sitting for a few minutes when we were removed by another passenger who wanted ...