Pension San Jeronimo
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension San Jeronimo San Sebastián - Donostia
Una pensión muy bien ubicada, muy limpia.
Aveces el ruido por las noches durante el fin de semana no deja dormir, pero en general todo está muy bien. La recomiendo
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... is edible itself, though it mainly tastes of sugar.
Prawns and French Beans cooked in "Orujo" Fireplace
Our beautiful, English-speaking waitress cooked the prawns tableside in a Le Crueset dutch oven using stones and a liquor that she explained was the Spanish version of Grappa. Next to each of the 3 prawns was a spot of green bean cream, shredded green bean, powder made of the shell, and a leaf. Forgot what the leaf was, but it didn't ...
... home we noticed a surprising number of fires in the city and parents and kids building a bonfire (with random doors??? in the middle of a basketball court). Don't know what was going on there, does anyone?
Travis insisted on getting some late-night pintxos (11pm) but apparently places close! [about that time?! -- 11:30]. Wow, we outlasted Spaniards? Nice! We found a place or two open but their pintxos were just meh. Oh well... Onto Akelare (a 3* restaurant) tomorrow!
... comforters were stained and one even had a hole in it. The hotel's idea of a room for three was one XL twin bed and a normal sized twin bed pushed together. I tried to go grab a shower but the toiletries provided was a small packet of body wash and the towels were tiny. After seeing the comforters in the hotel room, I decided that they could not be trusted.
Without a change of clothes, or even a tooth brush, we all climbed into bed and tried to to ...
... my lunch and watching the news. My host mom shifts her attention to Marco, her grandson. Marco spends the weekdays with his grandma while his parents are a work. Marco is reaching for my bread but my host mom distracts him with a Micky Mouse toy. When I finished my second course, my host mom brings me coffee and puts Marco down for a nap.
This is a typical afternoon in my house. My host mom spends the early part of the day floating from room to room, cleaning, ...
... that it’s common to leave the bar with your goodies, I tried to pay after receiving my plate. Second mistake. I have never seen a Basque person look at me with more confusion than after trying to pay before I was ready to leave. While some pintxos bars do expect to be paid immediately during the very busy hours, when it slows down a little it is also very common for bars to wait until you are ready to leave for good to close your tab. ...