Hotel Rural Matsa

Aretxalde 153, Lezama, Basque, 48196, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Lezama

Dead Goose Society

A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 05, 2014

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... the famous surf spots that were touted in Mundaka. With some relief I discovered that there were no waves today and so I wouldn't have to attempt the jump in from the pier that was the standard way to surf here! Happily we went for a beer instead.. and then five more, inciting some interesting conversations that made no sense, nor were they meant to. As I write this Grimley is already snoring loudly in an adjacent tent. I think I might drag mine a few more metres to the side out of ...

Day 55, Sailing on Asti V

A travel blog entry by juliocamperio on Aug 31, 2014

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Had the chance to sail on Asti V. A very small sailboat that was built in in 1929, it won a couple of olympics and it was owned/used by one of the kings of Spain. It barely fit 4 people comfortably. The trip was about 2 hours from one port to another, luckily I was able to steer the whole way. ...

Stage 7 Lezama Pobena

A travel blog entry by hasette on Sep 04, 2013

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Well I lied yesterday! We decide to go to Bilbao after all. We walked maybe 8 kilometers to a small town caught the metro into Bilbao. We went to see just the outside of the Guggenheim museum! It was very silver and modern! But the neatest part was this huge cat covered in multicolored flowers! It was beautiful! Bilbao is just like Madrid very busy with traffic and people ...

Day 8 (Sun 19): Guernika-Lezama (20km)

A travel blog entry by brendymac on Jun 19, 2011

Day 8 (Sun 19): Guernika-Lezama (20km)
As befitting a Sunday. this was an easy day though it was far from a day of rest. Once again it was a 6am wake up but I took it easy and left at 6.30! As I walked through the empty streets there were few around, a few bread and coffee shops coming to life. I noticed a few young people staggering up the street, obviously on their way home from the night before. I asked one young lad ...

Our email updates so far...

A travel blog entry by thechandlers on Sep 24, 2010

... we leave. Our new tenants are being very patient through this obviously difficult time for all of us and will move in October 1st. This gives us a full month to get the house back together. Penelope and I will fly to Bilbao on Sept 19th - and Roy will join us on Sept 30th. Pea and I are leaving a bit earlier to ensure we both are settled in before I start classes on October 4th. As it turned out the only class I will be missing between now and when ...