Hotel URH Palacio De Oriol
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Babysitting service
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel URH Palacio De Oriol Santurtzi
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... it was a rest day, but we spent some time taking in the entertainment and eating basketball donuts. With that we headed off searching for food, but after spending half an hour walking around blocks of flats decided it would be better to head back to the hotel for dinner (via the outlet shopping village next door). Tomorrow the boat ...
... a tourist hotspot. Guess what? It worked. It is beautiful there, and tourists are out and about. For every sign, there must have been at least three languages present. The main event of the day was visiting the Guggenheim! I was so excited. I learned about Bilbao and the museum in my AP Spanish class, and ever since then, I had always hoped I would see it with my own eyes! And, boy, is it a ...
... down to the main promendade and went to a lovely little tapas bar called La Vina. It was buzzing inside and outside with adults, kids and dogs. The constant chattering of happy people was a sight to behold, most with a glass of tinto in one hand and a tapas in the other.
This was one of the best tapas bars they had ever been too, a lovely array of tapas on the bar of which they tried many, then they ordered ...
... old buildings and squares, especially in the old town area. And our airbnb room in Carmen's home is absolutely lovely, clean and bright, with an excellent breakfast and a gracious hostess (although she doesn't speak a word of English! We've made good use of the Google translator to make ourselves understood!).
After arriving and dropping the car off at the airport ...
... skin (it tastes better than it sounds). The 6 course degustation menu was awesome! Highlights include cherry tomatoes which were injected with various herbs, the most perfectly cooked fish I have ever eaten and the lovely waitress who had a special glove that she wore when she refreshed our supply of bread. We wound our way home (via a successful stop at H&M) for a siesta. Waking up, still full from lunch, we popped down to a local supermarket to pick up some fresh bread, cheeses ...