- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Multilingual staff
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... girders. It was very spacious and overlooked a bustling street right opposite the public library. It was perfect. Maria gave us some restaurant recommendations, one of which specialized in chipirones (txiporones en su tinta or squid cooked in their own ink. They were great. Of course, Judy opted for a non-fish dish which was equally good. As we stepped into the restaurant, about six gentlemen at the bar broke out in song (not for us) and sang about 6 songs ...
... the mountains is pretty with views of the beaches in the last 30 minutes. We arrive at Zarauz at 11.00, it's sunny and 'layering' proves well worth it! As we sit on the seafront for coffee and strip down to shorts and suntop. We wander east along the promenade before retracing our footsteps to start the 3.5k walk to Getaria. It''s warm, sunny and the walk is ...
... packed up and left without sam who insisted on taking a 45 minute shower. we got to san sebastian and found out that not only had I lost my ticket, but there was no seats on the 440 bus and we would need to take the next one at 1220am. We had lunch with bryan and will at a chinese restaurant and then went to the beach. It was a beautiful day and I felt I was still in paradise. We tanned on the beach and me and bryan talked about history and the incas. We walked them to the ...
... 2:30 arrivals. Catherine and Chloe arrived around the same time as Big and Pops, but with all the luggage Molly wasn’t able to get everyone and everything packed in one load. Catherine has arrived with just two pieces of luggage… but each one is big enough to house a modest size family of midgets. We get a good laugh out of this, and I wonder out loud whether she’s packed Fran and Margot in one of these. Molly arrives soon with ...
... made it onto the shopping trolley. We traveled along the coastal road, hoping to find a decent place to have breakfast which now turned into a rather late lunch. We stumbled upon a breathtaking spot, somewhere between Zumaia and Deba (Picture Deba - 1, 2 and 3). We continued on to Bilbao, checked into our hotel and decided to stay in and rest for the big day ahead. The big day of course was visiting the Guggenheim ...