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 ...
... and the aquarium section itself could have been a bit bigger, BUT, the glass tunnel throughout the tank was super cool. I managed to get centimetres from a shark. Jason, you would have been so proud... I didn't squeal like a girl :)
After 4 nights in this beautiful region we left wanting more, but had to get back to France to meet up with some old friends of Sala... which as you will see, turned out to be another AMAZING experience :)
The last town in the province of Bizkaia, Markina lies between Gipuzkoa and Bizkaia. Coming from the Spanish word "marca" meaning "mark", Markina-Xemein marks the location where the Gipuzkoanos (the people of Guipuzcoa province) often battled the Vizcaino's (the people of Biscay province).This town in the Vizcaya region is on the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela, which runs ...
... 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 ...
... San Sebastian, where Ignatius was baptized, and got to climb the tower next to it. We happened to run into a man whose father used to be the clock keeper in the tower. He used to work with his dad as a boy so he knew the ins and outs of the tower. He gave us a VIP tour and let us go all the way to the top. However, we could only stand on the top level, where all 4 of the bells were, in groups of 6 because the tower is so old and not sturdy, and that is all the weight it can bear at ...