Pension-Hostal Gran Bahia

Address: Embeltran, 16, San Sebastián - Donostia, Basque, 20003, Spain and Canary Islands | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of San Sebastián - Donostia, is near Playa de la Concha, Parte Vieja, Monte Urgull, and La Perla Centro Talaso-Sport.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPension-Hostal Gran Bahia San Sebastián - Donostia

Reviewed by michelek

Pension

Reviewed Aug 14, 2014
by (6 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

Neat and clean accommodation, staff very friendly and helpful good location in old quarter breakfast average

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TripAdvisor Reviews Pension-Hostal Gran Bahia San Sebastián - Donostia

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia

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A travel blog entry by tuckerhoneymoon on Jun 24, 2015

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... br> Red Scorpionfish "UMAMI"
First time eating scorpionfish, I believe. The umami broth was a tad too salty for me by itself, but tasted perfect when scooped with the fish. On a side plate, ceviche and seaweed were served. The seaweed was from Japan and had been used in the broth. It wasn't as bold as the seaweed I'm used to eating, but that may have been the small portion. Defintiely soaked up every drop of the broth with my 12 seed bread.

"Desalted" ...

Casa Del Terror

A travel blog entry by jasmine.torres on Jun 24, 2015

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... city
was in view and the crystal blue waters and the vibrant green shrubbery were
postcard perfect. However the amusement park rides were a whole different
story. Just like the railway that brought us to the top of the mountain, the
rides were extremely deceiving and many of them entirely unexpected. Having
heard of a rollercoaster that existed within the theme park, we entered what we
presumed to be the entrance. Upon entrance we were given no ...

Blog Entry 7

A travel blog entry by annabarth on Jun 21, 2015

As I have traveled throughout Spain, I have noticed that Christianity, especially Catholicism, is deeply rooted in Spanish life. It also seems like Catholicism is the only religion that is practiced here. This may have something to do with the Spanish Inquisition. When King Ferdinand and Queen Isabel were monarchs they forced everybody in Spain to convert to Catholicism or leave the country, and it ...

My Observations on Gender Roles

A travel blog entry by jenniferhopkins on Jun 11, 2015

... the nurturers of the population. However, these general roles seem to fit the spanish lifestyle. The spanish work to live, not to save. In America we try to acquire all the wealth we can, so it is no wonder that there is such a prominent fight for equal pay and opportunities. In Spain, with a much more relaxed attitude about money, and a environment that is less about competition, it makes sense why the feminist movement is not as widespread and strong here as it is in the ...

Ships, Fish, & Fun Fair

A travel blog entry by garthf on Aug 06, 2013

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... by the fact that all of us were in the same boat.

We grabbed the #16 bus to the main square, and headed over to Kenji for dinner. It was crowded when we first got in there, and we were a bit startled by a loud explosion/hissing sound that came out from behind the bar when they were switching kegs. This put the draft beer out of commission which threw a bit of a monkey wrench in their operations during the dinner rush hour, but the ...