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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Aranzazu San Sebastián - Donostia
Beautiful, clean and comfortable. Excellent service
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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
Onward we journeyed from Bordeaux France down to San Sebastián Spain, a 2.5 hour journey south west that progressively changes in landscape as you go. 24 hours in San Sebastián. The closer we got to Spain the more the buildings changes, gone were the gothic style sandstone like apartments, giving way to orange buildings with terracotta …
We boarded our bus 8:30 AM, and departed from Salamanca in route to San Sebastian. As we were already in Castile, we continued through that region to the city of Burgos. There are 17 regions in Spain, each with their own Parliament some with different languages. Burgos is in the land of El Cid, Spain’s 11th century national hero was born and …
... the town of San Sebastián. San Sebastián was a thriving port when it was captured by Napoleon's troops in 1813. An Anglo-Portuguese army came to the city's assistance and drove out the French but a bloodbath then ensued and the townsfolk were slaughtered save for 7 families. Most of the town was burned down, but parts of the Church and convent were spared. The survivors decided to rebuilt San Sebastián and it evolved to the elegant city ...
... with Shavings
The shavings were actually pasta, not bonito flakes. The tomato sauce on the bottom was reduced to a thin syrup and was not red so it was difficult to distinguish the flavor without knowing it was tomato. The whole dish managed to taste Japanese-ish to Ashley, despite all the flavors being European.
Roasted Baby Lamb, Salad in Skein, "Sisas" and Sweetbreads
The most interesting part of this dish were the sweetbreads. They were little ...
... with white sand and either end of the horseshoe is a hill. The wide promenade running along the length of it is very popular with pedestrians, joggers and cyclists. In short it's all very picturesque. On the eastern side of the bay lies Mount Urgull with a large statue of Jesus overlooking the town. The statue is placed on top of an old fortified castle that has a small Museum in it telling you about San ...