Address: Ribera, 3, Bilbao, Basque, 48005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ibaiondo area of Bilbao, is near Catedral de Santiago, Euskal Museoa Bilbao Museo Vasco, Bilbao subway system (Metro Bilbao), and Etxebarria Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Bilbao

    The Guggenheim

    A travel blog entry by jessicaamelia on Jun 21, 2015

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    ... food options around the museum than we had expected and we found ourselves eating at the Guggenheim Bistro, enjoying a very delicious fourteen-euro salad and five-euro glasses of sangria. While admittedly overpriced, the bistro had a beautiful patio overlooking the fountain and some artwork that wrap around the front of the building. We finished up our meal and headed in.

    The museum has a multitude of artwork, about 2/3 being works by Jeffrey ...

    And so we arrive in Espagne

    A travel blog entry by colgaz on May 06, 2015

    3 comments, 10 photos

    ... has begun to threaten again. On the positive side,.. this is good driving weather, so we have plotted a course for Biarritz, a famous coastal resort in the far south western corner of France,.. and just a stones throw from the Spanish border. We arrived in Biarritz mid-afternoon and found the campsite. The book we use listing these campsites said it was a popular site all year round,.. and they weren't wrong. The site caters for 30 vans, and there aren't ...

    Bilbao - Basking in the Basque Country

    A travel blog entry by loogmord on Oct 17, 2014

    4 photos

    ... The small cafés and bars are everywhere, some are always full and others seem to be empty. Bread is always brought to the tables, but unlike the States, it is not free but it is usually very fresh.

    Some restaurants have either menus with English translations or menus in English. Fresh fruit for desserts, does not always mean that it is cut up into slices and placed in a bowl, so check before you order. We got an apple, complete with knife and plate at one ...

    Two quick visits

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Aug 10, 2014

    37 photos

    ... the front of the line and be asked for our passports which of course we didn't have with us. Annoying as ****. We instead tried our luck at an automated ticket machine next to the ticket windows and success! So much drama for something that ended up being far too easy. Anyway, tickets to Toulouse were safely in the bag which was a huge relief.

    We had wandered around most of the new town the first time we came into town so we aimed towards ...

    Excursion to Bilbao (Emily)

    A travel blog entry by em_and_ash9394 on Jul 13, 2014

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    ... part of Spain, they speak Euskadi, a unique language that has no relation to Spanish (or any other language in the world, for that matter). Although they speak Euskadi, they also know Castellano (traditional Spanish) and English quite well. Since this part of Spain was not conquered by the Moors for eight centuries like the rest of the country was, they have had virtually ...