Pension Larrea

Address: Calle de Narrica, 21, San Sebastián - Donostia, Basque, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Calle de Narrica, 21, 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

        San Sebastion

        A travel blog entry by halliday on Jun 29, 2015

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        This morning we climbed into a mini-van which was to take us across the border to Spain, and San Sebastion. We had a good trip there, mostly on an expressway with a couple of toll stops on the way. That took about 3 1/2 hours and we arrived at 1.30pm. We are staying some distance away from the town centre at a very nice backpackers in the woods - the Green Nest Hostel.

        Thirty minutes or so after we arrived we got ...

        Saying Goodbye

        A travel blog entry by jessicaamelia on Jun 26, 2015

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        On Friday afternoon I will be leaving San Sebastian. This one sentence fills me with a sadness I could not have imagined at the start of my stay here. I spent Wednesday as though it were my last day here, an unfortunate side effect of studying abroad and not vacationing. While I would like to enjoy my last 24 hours more there is too much to be done. I have assignments to do, finals to take, packing and ...

        Path Behind

        A travel blog entry by emily_folse on Jun 19, 2015

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        ... path behind in a way that Americans do not. As a high-achieving American college student, I sometimes feel that I am always being pushed on a path, promised that the next peak—medical school, a job, my own family—will be greater than the one before. But the Spanish character is more reflective; they relish the time and good company that is lost in this American university hustle. ...

        Blog Entry 5

        A travel blog entry by annabarth on Jun 11, 2015

        Men and women here seem to present themselves much differently than they do in the United States. Here, men seem to have more respect for what they look like and they look like they put a lot more effort into their appearance than men in the United States. In the U.S., men will often wear basketball shorts, sweatpants, or jeans and a baggy t-shirt or tank top. It usually looks like they rolled out of bed and went to class and don't care whatsoever about what they ...

        Waiting on Europe

        A travel blog entry by emily_folse on Jun 03, 2015

        ... fruit-weighing, price-stickering procedure, I shyly stepped into line to pay. The woman behind me held a bag of rainbow popcorn, and with Jessie J's "Bang Bang" blaring from the speaker overhead—right at that really obnoxious, belty part where you aren’t sure if she will make it to the end—I thought, I am so glad that I chose this authentic Spanish market.

        A man and two women, impatient and ...