Hotel Palacete

Address: Plaza de Gipuzkoa, 5 , Hondarribia, Basque, 20280, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Plaza de Gipuzkoa, 5 , Hondarribia, is near Teatro de la Maestranza.
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    Travel Blogs from Hondarribia

    Hondarribia

    A travel blog entry by ladylaurel on Oct 26, 2014

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    ... good dinner then called it a night. I have so enjoyed their hospitality and their culture, I am sad to move on. I am now on the train heading to Valladolid, north of Madrid where I have some friends I met when I was in Ireland. I will probably stay the night with them and then head to Portugal tomorrow or Tuesday. I am going to try to cross paths with the gals I met earlier in my trip, as we are all somewhat on the same timeline. I will check in soon, Love, ...

    And we're walking . . .

    A travel blog entry by gerryu on Oct 02, 2014

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    This morning we boarded our tour bus and visited the nearby city of Pamplona. Made famous by Ernest Hemingway and his stories about the running of the bulls, Pamplona is now a metropolitan city with a quaint central old-town. We explored the central plaza and visited Hemingway's old haunts - Hemingway slept here . . . Hemingway drank expresso here . . . Hemingway got drunk here . . . Etc. we shared an expresso with a bronze Hemingway and ...

    San Sebastián and San Fermin

    A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Jul 06, 2014

    18 photos

    ... has concluded. After the end of the run young cows with wrapped horns are released in the bullring and toss the participants, to the amusement of the crowd. The event is dangerous. Since 1925, 15 people have been killed during the event and every year between 200 and 300 people are injured during the run although most injuries are contusions due to falls and are not serious. So with these odds and my small frame I didn't fancy being chased by 12 x 600kg bulls or falling ...

    It's off to San Sebastián

    A travel blog entry by thefinnegans on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... we all know the answer to that question!

    Spain has been a wake up call. There are no signs that I can read. No one speaks English. You are forced to communicate by doing a lot of pointing. For example, ordering a latte this morning took 10 minutes. I first received a glass of steamed milk. Then a cup of expresso. I used my incredible talent to communicate and moved my finger in a circle to let them know I needed ...

    North Beach

    A travel blog entry by drowles on Jul 24, 2013

    32 photos

    ... boarder. The town is famous for it's food and I did try and get in to a fancy place but it was packed so I found a busy local place and was handed the menu of the day. You know whenever you get this kind of limited menu its going to be good. I had some paella as a starter. then salt cod with tomato's and peppers. The meal came with my choice of wine and desert. I chose the Sangria and Basque cake, both fresh ...