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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      A travel blog entry by tomodea on Oct 24, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... which we wandered through and around, down many of the lanes and narrow streets all lined with shops. Most were still operating though some shops were for rent or sale. We found the market at Ribera. This is a fresh food market, especially with lots of fish. The building has a wonderful glass ceiling and stained glass feature walls.

      Tom enjoyed his first ice cream in the plaza outside the Santiago ...

      Loyola and Azpeitia

      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

      20 photos

      ... morning when I awoke. We ate lunch, the fed us well the whole time we were there. You know what they say about Spain, they eat so much here and eat so well, thats why they need so much wine to wash it down. They did, also, provide us with wine at every meal. Jesus drank wine, so it makes sense. After lunch, we unpacked and explored the area a little bit. We put on our Marquette gear and took a picture in front of the Basilica with our signs. We were all talking about how much ...

      Bill bow's to....

      A travel blog entry by billnpat on Mar 27, 2012

      18 photos

      ... walls” which twist in their vertical plane, sometime leaning out, then twisting inwards as they spiral or parallel each other. To walk within the spaces is very disorienting of ones equilibrium while presenting continually changing visual pathways. Very moving!

      Almost half of the exhibits in the building are dedicated to the American Serra and his inspiration, the Spaniard Branucci, who sculpts in much smaller scale forms.

      We spent about 5 hours at 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 ...

      On the pier- Bay of Biscay

      A travel blog entry by puzzled2 on Nov 05, 2010

      1 comment, 13 photos

      ... from the dismal state of the economy-the exact opposite of Pamplona. Steel mills galore, but a serious airof underemployment- sad. Getting a little depressed and not yet readyto face big city Bilbao we head north to the Bay of Biscay, finally establishing ourselves along the pier in a town called Deba. Got lostin conversation with a couple of retired men who were fishing fromthe pier. I had asked if they fished for a living- to ...