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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Gernika Guernica
A little expensive for a pilgrim but a nice break from the albergues.
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... makes me realize my passion for traveling and exploring the world. I always used to just assume that everyone is interested in learning about other cultures, which is actually not the case. (I mean, why wouldn't you want to travel?!) I am so thankful that I am able to carry out this passion (thanks to mis padres). I think that you can't really learn to know yourself until you know the world and what it has to offer. More later, time for a little fiesta :)
We headed back into the city and had a stop at a cafe for a coffee, Cec went in to order and the coffee arrived back just before Cec did - beat that for quick service George!! The server had a wee door onto the street that he shot out with the two coffees just before Cec got out the front door. By the time we were leaving it was lunchtime and pretty busy so no record deliveries when it ...
... A8. So says the receipt of the cafe. I get a sandwich and coffee in Spanish. An old man sits on stool watching football from TV. The staff drink coffee in the back room but show up friendly and immediately when a client comes.
Further on the road does not match with the description so well because there are construction works and detour. I still get to the hotel without problems if a back and forth driving in Arriondas in not counted in. This one sign really is easy to miss.
... this stuff on the camino in the middle of nowhere for 1,5 euro.
The walking has it's ups and downs, in the first place because it is very hilly. But the best ups is the changing seaviews and the landscape in general. The biggest drawback is the route which put us sometimes on medium-size roads or is very hard to find.
So far the hostel in Gernika has been an exception. It's expensive and the breakfast is miserabel. The other albeurges have been ver ...
... was a slightly cooked egg on a bed of celery puree in a bath of onion soup - yummy.
Then came a Basque speciality of cod balls in a red sauce with chives - good but not great. Course 4 was grilled veal cheeks (yes cheeks as in the face of a baby calf) - just like two small fillets, very tender. Apparently cheeks and jowls are also Basque delicacies. Very tasty. Dessert was a light chocolate cake on top of a mocha mousse with vanilla bean ice cream on top, ...