Hotel Palacio Oxangoiti

Address: Gamarra, 2, Lekeitio, Basque, 48280, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Gamarra, 2, Lekeitio.
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      Getting to know San Sebastian

      A travel blog entry by kathy9669 on Oct 09, 2014

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      San Sebastián looks different from other old Spanish cities because it is not old. This city has a history. A rather sad one. It was rebuilt from just under 200 years ago. After climbing to the highest 'peak' we walked all around the coast. Very crowded beaches with surfers despite the cold. Most memorable tapas - grilled pig ...

      Loyola and Azpeitia

      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

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      ... place where St. Ignatius found God. We left Loyola and headed for Javier, Spain, the home of St. Javier aka St Xavier. Javier, Spain is east of Loyola, pretty closer to Pamplona, where the famous running of the bulls happens. St Xavier and St Ignatius were amigos back in the day, and he helped to found the Jesuits. We toured his family castle/house before we headed back to Madrid. It was a great weekend, just what I needed, to say the least. I met many new friends and had a great break from the big, busy city. ...

      Northern Spain to Portugal

      A travel blog entry by gavjo2010 on Oct 12, 2012

      ... awaiting tomorrow to find a mechanic to have a look at the engine, we think she's only running on 3 cylinders instead of 4, hopefully it's just a faulty cable or dirt on a spark plug.

      This place is nice though and we don’t mind the break from driving although time is running out and we’re yet to plan the rest of our trip and meeting up with Mum in Lisbon. Until next time…

      Exquisite snacking

      A travel blog entry by vanivan on May 12, 2012

      2 comments, 39 photos

      ... I walked along the water to Parque del Miramar, with its English-style castle, and to Peine de Viento ("comb of the wind"), a sculpture that gains remarkability for its striking setting, jutting out among rocks.

      Needing a rest and having an excuse to do so due to the weather, I headed back to my hostel, eating and picking things up along the way. The hostel owner, Miguel, complimented me on my Spanish (he originally thought I was an exchange student studying ...

      Pub Food

      A travel blog entry by jeznkez on Sep 22, 2010

      50 photos

      ... almost pre-fabricated it’s so perfectly crescent shaped. It was a warm, sunny day so we walked along the beach and around the headland to come back around to the old city which we explored more thoroughly and ended up in the Placa de la Constitution, where we felt like a pit stop and yes, more food. We sat on some metal chairs in the sun and ordered three raciones (medium sized servings). Deep fried calamari, a platter of ham called lomo which is made from pork loin, and ...