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


A travel blog entry by ladyfarrow on Apr 09, 2015

... mind too much. The sun was shining and I had a book to read. The only concern was would Winnie start or not. Someone’s car had failed to start in the queue near us and rescue came quickly so that calmed Sue a little. We eventually boarded and got a quick bite to eat before having a look around. Sue opted for watching a presentation on whales and porpoises/dolphins and I rested my eyelids. Afterwards we both had a snooze ...

Off to Markina / Xemein to the Albergue

A travel blog entry by m00nman72 on Jul 16, 2013

28 photos

... Gothic style of the 16th century can be admired in the three naves and powerful columns of the church of Santa Marķa. Towers like those of Barroeta or Mugartegui allow the visitor to see Renaissance and baroque palaces, a testimony to its magnificent past. Particularly striking is the hermitage of San Miguel de Arretxinaga, with a hexagonal plan and a megalith on its altar. The cemetery of Markina-Xemein is another must, ...

The road to my ancestral grounds

A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jul 01, 2013

... will shout in response. Culturally, the Basque are proudly separate from the Spanish, and many here would like to be their own country. You can’t walk down the street, especially in more rural areas, without seeing the Basque flag proudly displayed. They call it the ikurrina, which simply means flag in Euskera, the Basque language.

So, when I entered Pais Vasco, I had a strange feeling of coming home to somewhere long forgotten, just out of reach from my memory. Maybe ...

Loyola and Azpeitia

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

20 photos

... t holding on to anything, instead I was just being blown around. Traveling every weekend, seeing beautiful things, but I felt like i wasn’t truly seeing them, just taking cool pictures and moving on to the next thing. I wanted to FEEL the cool places I was going, I wanted to be inspired, to be filled with awe at the beauty of this world, the insignificance i feel when I stand next to a mountain, or watch a sunset, or the sense of connection I have when I walk backwards ...

Flowers, Dogs, walking paths, buses

A travel blog entry by suegronka on Oct 29, 2011

2 comments, 9 photos

... they even have a 42 foot high West Highland Terrier constructed with 60,000 annual flowers.

Speaking of dogs, I saw many of them in Bilbao. Behind the museum is a river. The river was actually part of Gehery's inspiration for the design of the museum. Along the river is a beautiful pedestrian walking path. It was such a beautiful day I decided to join the flocks of people out strolling. On my walk I saw ...