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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... streets that resembled post apocalyptic movies, we found a bakery that was open. We couldn't get anything close to a meal there but we each bought a half of a baguette to hold us over until we found the rarity that was a restaurant that stayed open for fiesta.
Long after we finished our baguettes, and wandered through different areas of town we found a restaurant that was opened and affordable. It was an American restaurant offering burgers, ...
... so many people jogging in the cold rain at night and many gyms. People are really fit here despite all the deliciously rich food. The waterfront, beach, night view , all the trendy shops, almost remind me the feel of little San Francisco here in Spain. In addition, I visited a grocery store to buy some water, to my surprise, most of those stores are owned by Chinese immigrants. How ...
... at some point since it began in 1953. We happened to be in the Steven Spielberg room with pictures of him including a framed picture of ET by the bed.
In the lobby there is a life ...
... walk was magnificent. The other side of the hill has the vast and open sea as well as the hill has plenty of stuff to see. The walk reminds us so much of the walk to the lighthouse in Byron Bay. The green grass and trees surrounding you with the beach right there and the open waters its quite a nice way to spend your morning. On the hill is a cemetery with some big elaborate looking tombstones hidden away. We make it to the top and head up through a museum and then to the summit ...
... 3. 3-4 nights in each place seems to work pretty well
4. Travel with at least 3 children so that there is a variety of siblings to choose from when the need to annoy overwhelms one of them
5. Bring sneakers but be aware that this one item of footwear makes you stand out like a tourist more than any other item!
6. Pack a pair of comfortable black boots for you and the children to avoid 'the look' (Spanish children are VERY well dressed and do not wear hot ...