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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... Wednesday morning, so what else to do but go shopping. (I am sure that you were beginning to think that I was getting out of practice!) I purchased a casual woollen jacket/cardigan. The rain cleared, so we curtailed the shopping experience and walked up the hill to the monument and old fortress that houses an interesting display depicting life in San Sebastian over the past 400 years. Pity everything was in ...
... but any floor in any building.
The next day we got up and head off to the markets to find some picnic foods. The market was located underground and had a Spanish Aldi there for us to find some delicious food at Low Low Prices. In the market outside we bought some much needed fruit and some not so needed pastries that were covered in sugar and in no way good for us but damn did they taste good. We only wanted two but the lady only sold them in 100 gram lots so we took ...
We had such a fun long week in San Sebastian, it is a really wonderful city! The food scene here is as good as you can find anywhere, with as many Michelin three starred restaurants as nearly any city in Europe. All of us loved the pintxos (tapas) bars in the Old Town, and the kids got more comfortable exploring the night scene as the week moved along. The night scene here doesn’t really start ...
... and are really glad we did, because San Sebastián is a fabulous city, with a perfect location on the Bay of Biscay, a commanding hill rising up from the water, a charming historic center and beautiful beaches that defy one's concept of the city beach. We got into the city late after driving from Marques de Riscal winery, but we started fresh the next day, May 21 (Day 147).
We set out in the morning to climb that commanding hill, ...
... we had to trek down and then up the hill to catch the bus to San Sebastian
In San Sebastian, the famous La Concha Beach had a fair covering of roasting bodies. It was a lovely day, and further on hordes of school children were very loud after visiting the aquarium. Old men with the famous basque berets watched the boats bobbing about in the harbour.
We had started ...