Address: Carretera Artadi No 1, Zumaia, Basque, 20750, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Carretera Artadi No 1, Zumaia, is near Plaza de Los Naranjos.
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    Travel Blogs from Zumaia

    Escale à Zumaia - Stopover in Zumaia

    A travel blog entry by karele on Jul 28, 2014

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    Hier nous avons passé notre dernière journée à Hondarribia. Nous sommes allés à la messe dans l'Eglise de la Marina. Toute la messe était en Basque donc pas besoin de préciser qu'on a rien compris! Toutefois pour moi c'était un réel privilège d'être là parmi tous ces Basques, une belle expérience! Après la messe nous avons quitté le port de plaisance ...

    Blog 4.1: San Sebastian - We Have To Stop Eating!

    A travel blog entry by sampsus on Jul 28, 2013

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    ... cooked over 1000 dishes (20 per 50 customers) every lunchtime. Each tables degustation is individual and customised - depending of how much of each ingredient they can get on the day. We were handed a napkin each and shortly afterwards a beautifully made chocolate brown macaroon. "This is a bit odd" i thought, "starting the meal with dessert?!?". I did not ask questions. The chef did not explain what it was but encouraged us to take our first bite, her eyes glistened ...

    Basquing in the... rain

    A travel blog entry by magellan2012 on Apr 24, 2012

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    ... done.

    On to Cordoba. After a brilliant Indian lunch (our travel existence really does revolve around food - as vegetarians it can get a bit tricky) we explored the Mezquita. So, so beautiful. This was originally a Moorish mosque, and while it has nominally been transformed into the diocese's cathedral, it really does remain a testament to the Moor's appreciation of exquisite simplicity. It's an incredibly serene place and we ...

    Pub Food

    A travel blog entry by jeznkez on Sep 22, 2010

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    ... quails egg and a mini chorizo! Not to mention the thousand other wondrous concoctions Oh My God!!!! We were literally like kids in a sweet shop. Just oohing and ahhing and, unable to maintain our composure, repeatedly saying to each other how amazing it was as we chained the pintxos and drained the xacoli, by now drunk on the wine and this bacchanalian feast. So decadent but so good!!!!
    There was also a blackboard with a list written on in chalk advertising that days freshly ...

    Picnic Perfection

    A travel blog entry by pwong on Sep 04, 2010

    22 photos

    Off to meet Elena, a very kind-hearted person I had the fortune of meeting in a somewhat strange way last year. We barely know each other and have only exchanged perhaps three or four emails over the past twelve months, but I always maintain that while traveling, one of the nicest experiences is to see a friendly face, whether you know that person very well or not. Solo travel does that to you - ideally, you would see your good friends along the ...