Hotel Rural Matsa

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

    Stage 7 Lezama Pobena

    A travel blog entry by hasette on Sep 04, 2013

    11 photos

    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 ...

    Loyola and Azpeitia

    A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

    20 photos

    ... Ignatius lived in and worked in for part of his life. Directly next to it was the hospital run by the nuns and monks who lived there, which Ignatius also worked in. In that time, hospitals were very dirty places for the outcasts and the sick of society. These people were very marginalized, which explains why Ignatius was inclined to help them. The nicest old lady was working at the chapel. She let us all sign the guest book and took pictures for us. We took a tour of the ...

    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 ...

    Northern Spain

    A travel blog entry by justinrowe on May 27, 2010

    20 photos

    ... like plateau and then wound through the hills up to the lakes. It got noticeably colder the higher I went and by the time I got there the light was so poor there was nothing more to do but eat and find somewhere to sleep for the night.

    The night was cold. Even wearing all of my clothes inside my sleeping bag I found it difficult to sleep. But none of that mattered when the sun started to come up, as the sight of sunrise on ...

    Burgos -> Victoria -> Bilboa

    A travel blog entry by abbithompson on Mar 23, 2010

    19 photos

    ... and had to be rebuilt. Incredible ceilings as well, recovered detail in the plaster remarkable. Voids are where entire rooms were destroyed. Arabic/ Christianity symbology as a series of people were in charge of design during its building and re-building.

    -Next stop in Victoria, Mangado's museum.

    -Bus driver got a little lost, but we still make it ...