Hotel Mundaka

Address: Florentino Larrinaga 9, Mundaka, Basque, 48360, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Florentino Larrinaga 9, Mundaka, is near Mundaka Beach.
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      Rain rain rain

      A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Dec 06, 2014

      4 comments, 2 photos

      NOW I read that it always rains all the time in north Spain. Should have read the literature before I guess. Ferry from Porthmouth to Bilbao was much cleaner and smarter than I expected. Now in Bilbao in a camping site that is actually closed except for the restaurant which is rather good. Not sure why they let us book? We are the only ones here and parked in the restaurant carpark. Which makes it handy for visiting. Been sitting here since 5 o'clock ...

      Dead Goose Society

      A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... immense fun! Arriving to a small village called Mutriku we turned into a campsite with a nice vibe and a cool view over the sea from it's hillside perch. Consuela the senorita was there to greet us and in her own inimitable way told me off several times for my tent erecting skills and general demeanour. Once erected singularly in square 3, not 4/3, this was an awesome sight affording fantastic views of the countryside. It would almost have been worth walking the Camino to get ...

      Loyola and Azpeitia

      A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

      20 photos

      ... San Sebastian, where Ignatius was baptized, and got to climb the tower next to it. We happened to run into a man whose father used to be the clock keeper in the tower. He used to work with his dad as a boy so he knew the ins and outs of the tower. He gave us a VIP tour and let us go all the way to the top. However, we could only stand on the top level, where all 4 of the bells were, in groups of 6 because the tower is so old and not sturdy, and that is all the weight it can bear at ...

      A lovely day and a half in Bilbao

      A travel blog entry by zoe.redmond on Apr 10, 2012

      72 photos

      ... br>
      Didnīt get to bed until 12pm. That is the funny thing here, no one heads out for dinner until about 9pm or so. Has dinner around 10/11pm. I suppose it is jsut the way it though, rather than a pub and what not there is a tapas bar with wine and nibbles...

      My favourite phrase I learnt from the night was : No hablo Espanyoro = which means I do not speak Spanish. Incredibly useful so far!!

      Got ready that night all my ...

      Spoons and Spanish half remembered

      A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Dec 09, 2010

      6 comments, 12 photos

      ... relevant to the events that made the place famous, the whole town having been almost destroyed and then rebuilt. But we looked around a while, popped into a supermarket, and then headed back to find the campsite. It was 5:30 and we knew we had until 8pm to get there before the office closed and we wouldn’t be able to get in. The GPS told us it was 35 minutes away so we would obviously have no problems getting there ...