Hotel Meson L'Ainsa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Stayed in San Sebastián for 2 nights in the old town.....full of bars so very noisy at night but that's what it's known for, pintos which is another word for tapas but these sit on the bar and you take a plate and choose. Not really our favourite as how long do they sit there. San Sebastián is in a horseshoe bay, very pretty, river running between it and several bridges. Water crystal clear. Went to mundaka which is ...
... over here, no camping grounds mean no camping. Unlike the land of milk and honey, there is no public land to camp on. Try camping in a car park or in the street and you will be moved on and fined.
The weather is one thing I can’t complain about (amazingly). It has been excellent since we arrived, but it will cool off somewhat by the time we retrace our tracks back to Britain in October to store the truck until 2015. But for the moment, while we head ...
... br> We stopped for a late and delicious lunch in the village of Fiscal and ate gazing onto the village located on the Rio Ara located in front of a broader vista of impressive mountains ranging in most directions. We took the recommendations of the waiter who suggested some regional fare though I still can't be fully sure what it was. My dish included a possible blood-based rice sausage as well as some other meaty-type flat patty cut in thinner slices. Interesting and quite ...
What a nightmare, seasick bouncing up and down on that vile ferry. finally got to sleep around 2am to be woken at 5.45 by loud happy bloody music. The idiots forgot the hour ahead'. After a 10 hour journey, obviously they got lost, twice we have finally landed at our ...
... I'm sure there aren't too many people that lives here anyway, at most probably 100). I walked around the town within 15 minutes, one interesting thing is that, out of all 4 of the towns that I've passed by, all of them have a playground for kids (both soccer and basketball) and a church. I didn't know that Spanish people are "that" religious ...