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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Codina San Sebastián - Donostia
The hotel was fine, not great but not bad either. SS is expensive at any time of year and this was a reasonable price for a reasonable room. Next to Ondaretta beach its a long walk to the Old Centre where the pintxos are.
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We left Seaford on Tuesday evening amongst the usual panic. Have we got everything? Is everything switched off? Did I pack my camera? Yes to the last, don’t know yet is the answer to the first two. The trip round the A23/M23/M25/M20 was wet, dreary and busy.
I know it is the long way round, but having towed the caravan along the coast road through Bexhill, Hastings and Rye once before, I said never again. ...
San Sebastián looks different from other old Spanish cities because it is not old. This city has a history. A rather sad one. It was rebuilt from just under 200 years ago. After climbing to the highest 'peak' we walked all around the coast. Very crowded beaches with surfers despite the cold. Most memorable tapas - grilled pig ...
... contact. After another night of revelry and fireworks, on my last morning I headed down to the docks, where a pirate fleet was being constructed out of anything at hand by teams of locals, before being assembled in the docks for an eventual naval invasion of the island in the centre of the bay. Unfortunately, I had to leave before eh set sail, but the armada was very impressive and still growing by the time I had to leave to catch my train to ...
... which saw many of the local establishments joining forces to offer 'Pintxos-Potes', or 'a bite to eat with a small drink' (which doesn't quite have the same ring to it in English) for only €2! Dane and I went Pintxos hopping from one bar to the next, downing our small drinks just in time to place our order in the next bar and selecting whichever Pintxos took our fancy from on display on the counter. It was awesome!
The locals drink an unusual beverage here. It's red ...
... to have some vegetables back in her life. Having some trouble ordering food due to lack of Spanish vocabulary, and now as we found out, lack of Basque vocabulary, we decide to take photos of the menu to translate back at the hotel. Hopefully with an enlarged food vocabulary we will be better able to order delicious meals. Something I should remember for our Italy trip! I am tired and would gladly turn in at this time (7:30), but Heather wants to go to the beach. I'm such a ...