Hotel Monte Ulia
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Euro Trip Tip #4
Make sure you put San Sebastion on your European itinerary. This coastal city is full of life, natural beauty and overflowing with Spanish culture. All at very affordable prices...... well compared to Italy ...
... worry. We arrived at the restaurant (and had to pay €0.50 more) because some jerk in a cheap mercedes had to back into a parking spot for 2 minutes in front of us when the parking lot was 30% full).
We entered and were greeted graciously by the staff and the chef, which was nice (though didn't give us much confidence that he was cooking everything, but obviously we should know that). We got a great seat next to the window where Ashley had a clear ...
... that would take us to our destination. Not only did this look like a ride that
could have been at an old and rundown amusement park it definitely felt like it
to. Sitting on the flat bench looking at the ground below me as we slowly made
our way up the steep descent, I began to notice the strange noises emitting
from the cube we were in. Scared for my life I was elated when we safely made
our way to the top. The views were without a doubt breathtaking, ...
... Wifi" but whenever it is a must, those places are never to be found. We were tired, hungry, and frustrated. Wandering around on our already exhausted feet. During our search for wifi, we passed a little hotel. We decided to go ahead and ask if they had any rooms available. We had to be buzzed in and on the ground floor, there was no front desk. It was strange but we were desperate. We walked up the steps and were greeted (and I use "Greeted" lightly) by a ...
... 26th, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War. Due to the Basque’s involvement with the republic of Spain, German bombers attacked the town of Gernika. Gernika had no military importance in the Spanish Civil War, but the German’s decided to bomb them because of its importance to the history of Basque culture. Franco followed the ideals of communist leaders Hitler and Mussolini. It ...