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TripAdvisor Reviews Gudamendi Hotel San SebastiŠn - Donostia
Travel Blogs from San SebastiŠn - Donostia
... was originally located in the old cathedral and its chapels used for lectures and libraries. The self guided tour was fantastic and the cathedrals are awe-inspiring. Definitely a trip highlight.
In this photo below, I am 'in the hot seat' where a student sat to be examined by the academics. The student was given one day to prepare, with food being passed in through the small rose painted panel to ...
... bar girl and were enjoying them with a beer when we noticed a parade in the streets with 5m tall paper m‚chť mannequins all dressed up in outfits doing dances to music. It was insane how many people were out and about, enjoying pintxos and beer and having a good time. Not to mention it wasn't even a Friday or Saturday night! After some snacks and a stroll around the bustling old town we shared a gelato on the walk home and returned to our hotel. Not long after we returned there was ...
... in each direction. They're also painted on all the way along the esplanade. The bike culture is pretty big throughout the city, so I guess it's a necessity, but I thought they were pretty cool. While we were having lunch on our last day, at a sea side cafe overlooking the ocean, off in the distance to the left, we saw a gust of wind kicking up the sand. We couldn't help but notice that it seemed to be travelling towards us. Next minute, all the beach-goers start legging ...
... cloudy, but soon cleared up and became hot and sunny. We walked along the beach until we reached the "old part" of the city. From there we walked up Monte Urguli mendia. There we had beautiful views of the Atlantic Ocean, the bay, and the city. We stopped for dinner at about 7:30 and had our first experience eating pinchos. Pinchos are similar to tapas, but mostly single-portion open-faced sandwiches or meat or seafood on skewers. We stopped at many of ...
... Makcobe,” a mini wagyu burger on a ketchup-infused bun with fried banana “txips,” but don’t miss the three icy scoops of spider crab, avocado and licorice (a strangely delicious trio), or pastel cherry-meringue wafer with mackerel, sheep’s cheese and mint. Each pintxo cost about 3 euros. They then asked the owner to select her favourite pintxos. A short time later she returned with calamari cooked in black squid ink, diced ...