Hotel Azkoaga Enea 3*
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... all I could decipher. When the attendants did arrive, people stared queuing up and having their tickets validated. The attendants explained where the relevant platform was, how to get there (I was so pleased there was a lift) and where to stand on the platform for the correct carriage. At the other train stations this information had been posted on boards and you needed to work it out yourself. While standing on the platform a train pulled in about 15 min before ...
... out to be the best part of the roadtrip along small, winding roads, burning the engine on the inclines and then burning the brakes down the steep slopes.
We finally made it to Tolosa and checked into our very cute and modern airbnb apartment. The only issue for me on the first night was that the apartment was quite close to the main motorway and after 4 years in my quiet Dar es Salaam home I found this very distracting when trying to sleep.
... Basque coast towards the holy city. That fact that it formed part of the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela gave Markina-Xemein a medieval layout which is still present today. Founded in 1355 by Don Tello, illegitimate brother of Pedro I "the Cruel", it boasts a walled town centre. Parallel streets joined by alleys constitutes the urban design of this city, where you will find beautiful examples of architecture. ...
... people run miles in front and are in no danger whatsoever. Not our cup of tea though.
San Sebastian beckons for us tomorrow, to meet Rosie. She is in Madrid tonight and catches the fast train. No internet at the apartment in San Seb so we may be off the ...
... were delicious! They were shaped like muffins but they were way more moist, and tasted kind of like glazed donuts but without the glaze on top. I could go for one right about now. We also toured the house of another famous Jesuit who was born in Loyola. His name was Father Francisco Garate. I don’t know much about him, but what are the chances that two famous Jesuits would be born in such a small town! (Loyola and Azepeitia are only a little bigger than Vermilion). We ate ...