Address: Torrebaso Pasealekua 8, 20540, Eskoriatza, Basque, 20554, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Torrebaso Pasealekua 8, 20540, Eskoriatza, is near Museo Simon Bolivar.
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Travel Blogs from Eskoriatza

Day 1 Camino de Santiago

A travel blog entry by natalie-wise on Sep 20, 2014

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The check in service at San Sebastián train station was really customer focused. Initially when I arrived I couldn't find any mention of the train I was booked on - this was because my ticket only lists where I am going to and not the end destination - the trains are listed according to their end destination. I found the check in lounge and took a seat with all the other commuters - a sign at the check in counter said something about apologies and unattended - ...

Basque Country, Spain

A travel blog entry by wmdbanks on Jul 23, 2014

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Wow!!!! This part of the world is breathtakingly beautiful. No matter which way you point the camera you're guaranteed a perfect shot. Steep mountains, rolling hills, lush jungle, green forests, blue blue seas and picturesque villages/towns.

Our road trip down from France was smooth sailing except for the 3 hours we got lost in the mountains near the Spanish boarder and thought we'd never actually find Spain, France was holding us prisoner :) , but ...


A travel blog entry by valfinucane on Oct 08, 2013

... tour of this step bank in time factory all powered by waterwheel. The 19th century machines imported from UK are all still operational and it is interesting to see the entire process from wool arriving to finished berets. The visit ends with a film on the entire history of the factory and the commune it created. The walk back to Balmaseda seems shorter! Back on the train to Bilbao for ...

A beautiful City

A travel blog entry by douglasmad815 on Jul 06, 2013

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Last night we went to bed late close to 11 PM and slept late, but after a good breakfast , a shower we all felt better and set out to do what we came here for, to visit the museum, which we did in the afternoon. First we took a very nice Brice walk along to Nerviono the White Bridge designed by the famous architect Clatrava, made of steel and glass, we walked to the funicular station and went up the hill to take in the views of Bilbao from there. Magnificent views ...

Loyola and Azpeitia

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

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... 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 ...