Bolina

Address: Barrenkale 3, Guernica, Basque, 48300, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Barrenkale 3, Guernica, is near Gernika Museum of Peace.
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        Travel Blogs from Guernica

        Almost done

        A travel blog entry by mistere on Jun 12, 2014

        7 comments, 1 photo

        ... around either France or Spain, many were visiting the Pyrenees. Pulling into Portsmouth was pretty spectacular with Royal Naval ships, Merchant vessels, private boats moored all along the passage in, not to mention all the iconic buildings, they were on land though…

        It’s easy coming back into your own country, a quick passport check and I was on my way. Busy roads were something I had forgotten, our roads are so busy ...

        Mundaka and Bilbao

        A travel blog entry by alison_cupples on Oct 05, 2013

        10 photos

        ... of people in blue converging in the centre of town. There are police out in full force and they are closing the main streets. It is some kind of demonstration. We can’t understand the slogans on their t-shirts as I think they are in Euskadi which is the Basque language of this region (I never knew Spain had so many different languages before I came here). But we manage to get on the bus back to camp with no ...

        Loyola and Azpeitia

        A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

        20 photos

        ... preserved that there are 100 different ways to say the word “sheep” and until they added one recently, there was no word for “computer”. Now that’s interesting.
        We stayed in the Casa de Spiritualidad directly next to the Basilica. The Basilica, the Casa, and Ignatius’s birth home were all connected and created a sort of Holy Campus like structure. The Campus was tucked right next to a beautiful, snow topped mountain which greeted me out my ...

        A rented Picasso

        A travel blog entry by thesunroseclear on Sep 09, 2011

        1 comment, 8 photos

        ... meals, and as a result we ate very well and saved a lot of money. Our group love to eat pork and the Spanish people also love to eat pork. So you can imagine how well that could work.

        As to whether or not I tried the roast suckling pig, for which Segovia is famous, I refuse to answer on the grounds that I may disqualify myself from re-entry into Malaysia. As a frequently lapsed vegetarian (but still leaning) let me just say that the ...

        Pinxos and sidra

        A travel blog entry by wouterb on Jun 19, 2011

        2 photos

        After the first walking day...we had the first rest day...i know it is silly, but we wanted to see the San Sebastian and try the food there. It was the beginning of our food tour through Basque Country. Next to the normal pilgrim-grub there is always something new on the menu del dia which starts from 8 euro. And besides thes big set maels there are the pinxos, like tapas but then Basque. The best to drink with these is the local sidra (cider). We even picked up a ...