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

    The final week: Cuenca, Albacete and Urrugne

    A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Mar 08, 2015

    4 comments, 29 photos

    ... Zaragoza means we can have an extra day here, a day of rest for Lesley as she seems to have picked up the cough and cold she caught here last time!

    Yesterday afternoon I went out on my last trip, this time to Le Petit Train de la Rhune, the rack and pinion railway that runs up the slope of the Basque symbolic mountain, Larrun, to the summit at 905 metres. The track is only about 2 miles, but in that space it climbs over ...

    Hondarribia

    A travel blog entry by ladylaurel on Oct 26, 2014

    5 photos

    ... 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, ...

    San Sebastian Beach

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 09, 2014

    ... to the small dry strip of sand near the wall. This was a good decision, as soon everything in front of us was under water. We went for a quick swim, dried off and went back to the hostel to decide on our lunch plans. We ended up buying tuna, tomato, lettuce, cucumber and some small bread rolls and took it all to the park (with our leftover pesto) to make salads/sandwiches. The making process was difficult, balancing ingredients on our knees while sitting on a bench in ...

    San Sebastián to Bordeaux

    A travel blog entry by annsplace on Jul 20, 2014

    7 photos

    ... but this one was a bit ordinary - all have been 2nd class so don't know what the difference was. It was also interesting because the country side was so ordinary - pine plantations, bracken and power lines! And of course with rail travel, you always see the worst side of a town. On our last trip we saw beautiful parts of France so you tend to think it is all ...

    Relaxing in San Senastian.

    A travel blog entry by dyak on Apr 30, 2014

    1 comment

    ... to stay for the night. I directed them to the hostel office where I was staying. One girl spoke very good English while the other spoke with a little less understanding. By the time I organized the laundry I discovered I had 2 new roommates from Poland. They arrived in San S with no travel costs. Most rides were by hitchhiking. By the time I got back from doing laundry I felt I needed a nap. After an hour or so I was awaken to 2 more new roommates. This time the ...