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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    Fashion show & Fancy horses

    A travel blog entry by garthf on Jul 30, 2013

    29 photos

    ... for a number of hours doing who knows what. We know that make-up was involved, and that the girls each took on stage names, but the details beyond that are pretty sketchy. After a while, once we had a proper sound track booming, the girls emerged from back stage and strutted their stuff on the catwalk giving us a preview of the latest fashions for Fall.

    In the afternoon, David Oliver, son of our host this ...

    Guggenheim, trams and shopping

    A travel blog entry by soperclan on May 21, 2013

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    ... bakeries and delis.

    On day 2 in Bilbao the boys got their first taste of Spanish churros - donut like treats that are then dipped in thick hot chocolate. Looking forward to finding a street vendor that sells them, rather than in a café.

    We then caught, at Aidan's insistence, the tram to the Guggenhiem museum. Not hard to see why some have said that it is the building, and not the art it houses, that justify the ...

    Bill bow's to....

    A travel blog entry by billnpat on Mar 27, 2012

    18 photos

    ... the famed Guggenheim Museum, and a vibrant and folksy “old town”.

    We caught a smooth and modern Metro train into the city this morning. It was a good 15 minute walk to the station, and then a good 40 minutes on the train, but much of it was interesting views of neat suburbs and then the port facilities of the riverside before going underground for the last few stops.

    We emerged from the Mayou station about 6 blocks inland from the riverside locale of ...

    Pinxos and sidra

    A travel blog entry by wouterb on Jun 19, 2011

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    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 ...

    Finally a good place in Spain - nice people & city

    A travel blog entry by europeinakombi on Oct 31, 2010

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    ... Spain, we were filled with dread... as our previous experiences with Spain were less than welcoming and warm. Heading through the core of the country, we again stumble across a town which is on a public holiday (the third we have experienced whilst we have been in spain... really do these people work?). A little deflated that the stores for our weekly grocery shop are closed, we head to Bilbao and free camp just outside... will things get better in the morning?