Address: Paseo de Ondarreta 24, San Sebastián - Donostia, Basque, 20008, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
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This hostel, located in the Cleveland Park/Woodley Park area of San Sebastián - Donostia, is near La Perla Centro Talaso-Sport, Parque Aiete, Edificio de Correos, and Palacio Goikoa.
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    Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia

    Cafe Americano

    A travel blog entry by allisonlevy on Jun 26, 2015

    ... by beauty, I appreciate the privilege I have to live in such a beautiful place where I can enjoy my café Americano. Everything is familiar to me, with time I was able to adapt to the scenery, different lifestyle, time change and location.

    Just like I have adjusted to the taste of coffee in Spain, I have adjusted to the lifestyle here. It took time for my taste buds to appreciate the taste just like it took time to appreciate living in San ...

    Waiting on Europe

    A travel blog entry by emily_folse on Jun 03, 2015

    ... she enunciated, “Sorry, we didn’t understand.”
    Handing over his identification, the man looked patronizingly at the cashier—as if she were actually the one who didn’t understand—and then at the woman next to him. In a mock Spanish accent of daggers, he spoke: “I believe you mean no entiendo.”

    All three chuckled and sauntered out of the shop just as Jessie J finished her ...

    The Day of Rest

    A travel blog entry by jenniferhopkins on Jun 03, 2015

    ... this frustration only happens to outsiders, to the locals, it is just they way things are, and have always been.
    It's easy to resort to what you are used to as the "best way to do things". Since America is a hegemonic state, its very easy to assume that all of our ways, are the best ways. However, this simply is not true. I'm not saying that Americans should adopt the siesta, but maybe we could take a page out of other countries' books every once in awhile. ...

    A day of mountains, coast and river views

    A travel blog entry by larimcdonald on May 16, 2015

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    Well we got things a little screwed last night. Thought the host said dinner from 8:30.......ummmm that's brekky, no dinner. Arrgghh! So in the rain driving down blind country roads all the way back to the last town for a feed - thank goodness we hadn't spent the arvo drinking in the bar!

    Well we got brekky at 8:30am and soon on our way headed for the coast. Now telling the GPS we want to go to San Sebastián via the coast isn't that easy. You have to put in a ...

    DAY 9

    A travel blog entry by billyrubes on Mar 06, 2015

    ... figure out how to get to Spain. San Sebastián. Asked the Avis girls, both very pretty, and they pointed me in the direction of the bus station, just across the street. Made my way over and waited for the bus to arrive. Bought the ticket on board and got off at Gare SNF, to grab the euro train to San Sebastián. Bit confusing at first, but finally found where you get the train from and then dealing with the guy ...