Hotel Arrate

Address: C/ Ego Gain, 5, Eibar, Basque, 20600, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on C/ Ego Gain, 5, Eibar.
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Travel Blogs from Eibar

San Sebastián day! All San Sebastián, a

A travel blog entry by sandravventures on Jul 13, 2014

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... lobby we buzz the night security guard, he lets us in and we let him know in Spanglish, or maybe spatalian, that we lost our key. He is NOT happy with us. He does not have an extra key and has to walk us to our room. My 'Lo siento' with a grudging 'vale,' whatever that means. The excitement over, we go to bed. Our 3am bedtime clear disregard of righting our internal clock. 9am wake up, since we have a 9 hour drive tomorrow. Maybe we will go to bed early tomorrow ...

Day 64-66 - A lot of new and a bit of old...

A travel blog entry by abs08 on Oct 20, 2013

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... we exchange pleasantries, we are joined by two American girls (again, American girls traveling in pairs!), a French guy, a Spanish guy along with Nico who is Jasper’s friend from Hamburg visiting Jasper. Suddenly, I’m a van full of surfers from all around the world, everyone meeting each other for the first time and road tripping together. And boy it is a fantastic road trip! We listen to music, sing along, drink beers, talk about our travels, share crazy stories ...

San Sebastián, missing luggage, B & my bi

A travel blog entry by barefoottravels on Aug 10, 2013

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... more away from where it left the vat! Hilariously good fun! Although it didn't taste the greatest at first;) The next few days consisted of meeting people, beaching & exploring the old town. I traveled to Bilbao for a night to meet up with my brothers girlfriend B (who was visiting for 9 days!) We hit the road the next day, traveling along the Spanish coast.. Mundaka was a tiny surf town with an incredibly energy. ...

Arrival in Spain. Drama or comedy?

A travel blog entry by nicky.howe on Apr 30, 2013

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... from going through. Probably just as well we couldn't understand what they were all saying. One brave security officer stepped forward and made an announcement: the flight to San Sebastian had been cancelled. Lucky for him he wasn't lynched. We were all directed to the Iberian information counter where 3 or 4 personnel were trying to figure out what to do with us. Eventually the same man who had sold us the new tickets on our arrival into Madrid turned up ...

You know you're in France when...

A travel blog entry by jbushie on Apr 29, 2012

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...the cafe at Montparnasse - a main intercity and metro railway station - MAKES pizza to request. In a pizza oven! No reheating of Hawaiian or Margheurita here. Delicious baguettes too. ...that same cafe sells lemon tarts that are as good as any of the bakeries sampled so far. Lift your game, Flinders Street! ...there are no gyms. People exercise by walking up and down metro stairs every day. In heels. ...with walking taking such a priority, shoes ...