Address: La Reneja, 35, Artzentales, Basque, 48879 , Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Artzentales

I would sooner be a foreigner in Spain

A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 13, 2014

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... around the town. It was a really family friendly atmosphere, and while street drinking was permitted, there wasn't really many doing it, and there didn't seem to be any really drunk people around.

We arrived in Bilbao by train, and after a short rest, we met our city greeter. A free tour guide, actually free... volunteer. She was pretty fun. We learnt a bit about Bilbao, but not as much as a proper tour, more like if ...

Bilbao and The Guggenheim!

A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Sep 28, 2014

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... really saw modern art on level 3, (from the Guggenheim Foundation Collection), lots of crazy installations, and an amazing building. Definitely a place to visit once, but maybe not again, although we did enjoy being there. Checked out the art outside, on the river bank, then walked along the river bank until we reached the old uptown. Out of time, so headed back to ...


A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Oct 09, 2013

Today we have to change hotel as Mendez is closing to redecorate. We pack before going to meet meet Larry for breakfast. We chat for an hour and arrange to meet later in the week. The Fine Art Gallery is free on Wednesday so we spend the rest of the morning wandering round there. Another late lunch this ...

The road to my ancestral grounds

A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jul 01, 2013

... my imagination, but I swear I felt a stirring in my bones as I crossed into Pais Vasco, the Basque Country. I am Polish, Irish, and Basque by heritage, but I’ve never been to Poland, Ireland, or the Basque Country before. Some would ask: if you are Basque, doesn’t that mean you are Spanish? Well, not according to the Basque. In Madrid, you can shout "Viva Espana!" and everyone will shout along with you. In Pais Vasco, you will only get stares. “Viva Pais ...

San Juan de Gaztelugatxe

A travel blog entry by kstosch on Feb 16, 2013

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... I stick out here but I think it's worth mentioning.
Anyway, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is basically a very old church on top of a hill. No one really knows its origins but it is probably the most photographed area of the Basque Country. I would like to stick with the "it possibly belonged to the Knights Templar" rumor though.
The word Gaztelugatxe comes from the Euskera "gaztelu" meaning castle and "aitz" meaning rock. Enjoy the pictures!
And yes I did ring the bell.