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TravelPod Member ReviewsNH Deusto Bilbao
This hotel has nice big comfy rooms, big bathrooms, and parking in the basement of the hotel. Good location within a couple blocks of the Guggenheim.
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TripAdvisor Reviews NH Deusto Bilbao
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... stuff on top of slices of baguettes.
We took a cab from Bilbao airport to the hotel. We were too exhausted to take buses with our luggages. The driver was very nice and we had a very good chat and he gave us lots of good advice. We were relieved that we understood everything what he was saying. It's more difficult for us to say what we want to say in Castellano than listening. Thing to improve.
... medieval torturing equipment. This wasn't some goofy house of horrors on Blackpool sea front, this was all a bit too real, it may not have been used for a few hundred years but I still failed to see the fun element - we left. Next stop, a little village called Beynac, this was another picture perfect place with a chateau on the hill, cute houses and a river running through it. It was a little touristy but none the less still a lovely place. There were some gardens just ...
... 3 star restaurant and featured on every cooking show from Anthony Bourdain to David Chang. Really excited now !!!!! The Restaurant Mugaritz is rated as 2 Michelin stars, located at rural San Sebastián. I ended up taking a taxi there since there is no bus or metro service. The dinner is impeccable, absolutely artistic. Every dish is a piece of art work in its own. My favorite is the frozen apple slices that melts in you mouth like snow yet with ...
... I stick out here but I think it's worth mentioning.
Anyway, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is basically a very old church on top of a hill. No one really knows its origins but it is probably the most photographed area of the Basque Country. I would like to stick with the "it possibly belonged to the Knights Templar" rumor though.
The word Gaztelugatxe comes from the Euskera "gaztelu" meaning castle and "aitz" meaning rock. Enjoy the pictures!
And yes I did ring the bell.
... the famed Guggenheim Museum, and a vibrant and folksy “old town”.
We caught a smooth and modern Metro train into the city this morning. It was a good 15 minute walk to the station, and then a good 40 minutes on the train, but much of it was interesting views of neat suburbs and then the port facilities of the riverside before going underground for the last few stops.
We emerged from the Mayou station about 6 blocks inland from the riverside locale of ...