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

    Gehry, Guggenheim & Mumm's!

    A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Oct 12, 2013

    25 photos

    ... of an iconic superchef, Josean Martinez Alija (who? I guess we should be impressed!) but without the high prices of the main restaurant. We certainly weren't disappointed, as we dined on vintage olives (apparently the trees they come from are over 1,000 years old), mussel paella, artistic salad, roasted lamb and ox-tail, followed by a divine chocolate mousse/cake, cappuccino and ...

    Guggenheim, trams and shopping

    A travel blog entry by soperclan on May 21, 2013

    6 photos

    ... br>
    In the old town there were lots of bars and cafés and narrow streets, plus we saw a lot of sport shops, and by the river was a big market. We had churros which are donut sticks with a cup of thick hot chocolate.

    by Luke

    Still raining when we arrived in Bilbao. Thankfully it wasn't too far to our accommodation. Stayed on the top floor of a hotel in the old town - a very cool maze of narrow streets with ...

    A hill town in the Basque region of Spain

    A travel blog entry by bergerhof on Apr 14, 2012

    8 comments, 5 photos

    ... wheat flour crepe, and folded differently.

    So today the day was a drive in the on-and-off rain, down near the western coast of France and into Spain. I had arranged a night in a smal hotel in Mondragon, but it took us, once we got to the town, another hour and 1/2 to find the place, and that was WITH a GPS as well as mapquest written instructions. But, it was well worth it. Dinner is served here no earlier than 8:30 p.m., and tonight was just ...

    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 ...

    Spoons and Spanish half remembered

    A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Dec 09, 2010

    6 comments, 12 photos

    ... research campsites. We hadn’t had wifi for a couple of days and the blog was getting a tad backed up too. Our route took us down and up some tricky narrow mountain roads. We stopped for lunch at a viewing area off the road and happened to pull into one with a great view out to the ocean. The boys played a minimalist version of hide and seek while Heather made lunch.

    The weather was rather dreary and overcast ...