Hospederia de Arantzazu

Address: Barrio Arantzazu, S/N, Onati, Basque, 20567, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Barrio Arantzazu, S/N, Onati.
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Travel Blogs from Onati

Bilbao Day Trip

A travel blog entry by hi-mel on Jan 28, 2015

7 photos

... long the bus ride is and then I knew he wasn't feeling well. I know I shouldn't laugh but I think it's the funniest thing ever on how he went from having so much energy and spirit to "oh **** I'm going to vomit". In his defense though the roads were very windy and our ears kept popping. But we arrived at Bilbao and got breakfast at a cafe and it was delicious. Like all the orange juice here is fresh. They put oranges in a machine and juice it. Got a great breakfast with coffee, juice, ...

Avila, Segova and late arrival in Bilbao

A travel blog entry by mackles on Oct 09, 2013

2 comments, 2 photos

... right" and ended up in a series of tunnels heading out of town. Then the GPS absolutely could not cope with the city at all, sending us in all directions. Meanwhile, I tried to get Google Maps going, but it couldn’t even locate our current location, so Steve took control and worked out how to get there using the old-fashioned method – his brain! We eventually “arrived at our destination” about 910, and ...

Madrid y Segovia: Three day tour

A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jun 30, 2013

... much larger than that, in the advertising on the metro stops, and in the products in the stores. We got off the bus to see the old part of Madrid, and started at the city center – la Plaza del Sol. The Plaza del Sol is the main hub of Madrid, their version of Times Square. Unlike New York, however, all the buildings are very old, and it is only really accessible on foot. Plaza del Sol has the “zero” out from which all the streets begin. It is marked by a simple ...

Loyola and Azpeitia

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

20 photos

... then took a hike up to the “casa de silencio”. This is part of the retreat grounds. You have to hike up a beautiful, green hill to reach this house which has a huge window facing the mountain. The view is beautiful and many people come here to reflect and pray. We spend some time in the sunshine, laughing and enjoying the weather and the view. We finally headed down for a little relaxation time and a merienda (snack) with the nuns.
That night came my favorite ...

Not my favourite day!

A travel blog entry by nselwood on Aug 11, 2011

... been to so many lovely places on our trip but I thought it was a right dump, not pretty at all. We headed for the old city, which was nothing special, for some lunch, which was an experience. We ended up in a restaurant, where we couldn't make head nor tail of the menu. The starter worked out ok, Lasagne, a carbonara and greek salad but the main meal was less succesful, some teriyaki chicken wings (not bad), a coated veal steak (dry and not liked by anyone) and cuttlefish cooked ...