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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    Travel Blogs from Mundaka

    I would sooner be a foreigner in Spain

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 13, 2014

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    ... and as luck would have it, we had plonked ourselves in the best position for some folk singing and dancing on the main stage and began a little after we settled in. After the show, we took another gander around the town. Down by the river there were some foodstalls including one with bigs chunks of pig. Suckling pig looked awesome. Real baby pig, turning on a spit. So we stopped to eat and it was superb. On our way back to the ...

    Dead Goose Society

    A travel blog entry by spartanbaz on Sep 05, 2014

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    ... 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 ...

    Honeymoon part VIII - Bilbao

    A travel blog entry by bibayfintan on Jul 01, 2012

    36 photos

    Our fascination about the Basque country was hingeing on the mistery around its language and culture and where they derives from.
    Not that we delved too much into it we are no richer of information about it than we ever were
    but it has been super interesting to hear the language being spoken and tried to describe it.
    It sounds like a broken spanish spoken by an Hungarian immigrant with ...

    Day 9 (20 June): Lezama-Bilbao (10 km with some tr

    A travel blog entry by brendymac on Jun 20, 2011

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    ... the trouble, allowing my foot to slide too much. I figured that the Bridgedale's would sort that out. So I put them on this morning and strode out of Lezama feeling great. Then as we (there was now a group of around 7 that kept meeting up, 2 Dutch, 1 French, 1 Russian, 2 Spanish & I) came off the road and hit the inevitable hills, my left foot started to act up. Niggling at first and then really starting to hurt, I couldn't walk it off. It seemed to ...

    Guggenheim Museum

    A travel blog entry by pr0zak on Aug 12, 2010

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    ... and taking probably 100 photos of the damn thing I went inside to see the exhibitions.

    I have to say that the exhibitions in the building were far less impressive than the building itself!

    Again it was weird ass modern art (?! I'm sure I'll get corrected by people who know what they're talking about!). The first exhibition was these huge steel circles put into the floor that you could walk ...