Aisia Orio

Address: Cm. Hondartza Bidea, 1, Orio, Basque, 20810, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Cm. Hondartza Bidea, 1, Orio, is near Monte Igueldo Funfair Pleasure Park and Plaza de Los Naranjos.
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    Travel Blogs from Orio

    Discovering Donostia

    A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... like high fashion!! We've got into the habit of having an afternoon siesta and heading out for drinks about 6pm. Today we went to Constitution Plaza, which is now a residential area but used to be a bullring. In the photo we've put up, you can see the numbers above the doors, and those were the stands, where the spectators stood, and the fights happened in the plaza below. From there we ...

    And we're walking . . .

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 02, 2014

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    ... experience is a huge boon for the many small towns that are on the Camino. Hostels and pensions are a part of every community to welcome the hikers. We enjoyed the communal aspect of the journey and met some interesting people. We had an impressive modern Basque lunch at a winery as we returned. The cellars featured several large barrels where were able to taste directly and fill our glasses or our decanters during lunch. ...

    A real hard grind

    A travel blog entry by oldfool on Sep 04, 2013

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    Leaving Pasajes we boarded a small boat to take us across the harbour .70 Euro. Walking out to the sea breakwater we started up some stairs which just wouldn't end. Again we were in for a long ascent. The distance to San Sabastion is about 10 kilometres but the up and down is the killer. Neither Clive, the fellow I met from Vernon, or I were prepared for all the climbing. When we got to San Sabastion we had a small lunch ...

    My Favorite City

    A travel blog entry by rsmonterusso on Aug 13, 2011

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    ... again in order to see the sun rise, but we'll see how well that goes. Anyway, the bus ride was around 3 hours so I did nap on and off on the way there. Sleeping on buses and planes is probably one of the most uncomfortable things to have to do, but you manage over time. My host mom packed me a lunch so the only money I spent today was on a boat ride and gelato which was queso and blueberry flavored. I know those of you who actually know Spanish are ...

    Day 3: Pasaje de San Juan to Orio (24km) Footsore

    A travel blog entry by brendymac on Jun 14, 2011

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    Day 3: Pasaje de San Juan to Orio (24km) Footsore and tired, I crawled into Orio with two Spanish men I'd met along the way. The hostel is lovely tonight again, though a bit dearer at ‚10 (avg. ‚5). The big feature today was the hills though, and not just little ones- think the mountains of Mourne or the Connemara pins! We had to climb up 2 great hills ...