Aisia Zita Hotel Emperatriz
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Aisia Zita Hotel Emperatriz Lekeitio
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... at the bar and the bar tender takes your order and serves you while you stand. It’s a good way to cut out the cost of waiting for you. It was a good end to the day.
Day 2 – We explored more of the city and headed to one of the bigger shopping malls outside Sab Sebastian to buy a jacket. I’d forgotten mine on the train to Avignon and I needed one before heading back north. To celebrate our time in Spain, we had a sit ...
After leaving Madrid we travelled north via Valladolid to the Picos De Europa, a mountainous area and National Park that's about 100km from the Atlantic Coast. En route to our destination we drove through some spectacular country, along narrow meandering roads, through seemingly deserted stone villages. After a long descent into the valley of the Deva River we came across Potes, a delightful medieval town in Cantabria that straddles the river. It has all the tourist ...
Frank & Charlotte, from the UK that we met in Carcans north of Mimizan joined us here and we went out for a few beers and tapas the same evening.
The next day we continued on to Ajo with a short stop over in Mundaka as there is a famous waves there but unfortunately it wasn't working when were there. In Ajo we found a campground for the night, nothing exciting to say about this place but ...
San Sebastian was easily one of our favorite places on this trip with the sandy beaches, delicious tapas bars, and great running spots. We loved it sooo much that our original 3 nights at the apartment turned into 4 and a cancellation of our Pamplona hotel. (We made the crazy decision to arrive in Pamplona by train at 9:30am and leave after the bull run the next day at 11:30am. That means that we would be in Pamplona for 26 hours and we ...
The minute I arrived in Donostia I knew that I was going to fall in love with it,even though it was raining. It's this tiny town on the northeast Spanish coast right on the border with France, and I immediately felt at home there. The way the town sits on the ocean and the cliffs reminded me so much of Laguna and that's only part of why i love this city ...