Hotel Palacio de Aiete
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palacio de Aiete San Sebastián - Donostia
Modern well managed hotel with very helpful staff and great food
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We don't know how it happened. Perhaps it's to do with layered physical & psychological fatigues from the day 1. Or it's just jet lag. When I opened my eyes and checked my watch, it was already 11am! In shock, we quickly got dressed and out of the door.
In order to save time, we took a bus to the town. We had …
We had about half day to explore Bilbao. We walked towards Guggenheim Museum by checking other places on the way. Amongst cathedral & store visits and people watching, we just couldn't miss this loveliest looking cake shop. Lots of delicious looking sweets were displayed at the window. And there was even a small queue …
The morning of our departure from Salamanca the rain had returned, it did clear a little while on route to San Sebastian allowing us to have a picnic lunch on the side of the road. As we drew closer to San Sebastian however the rain came back with a vengeance. By the time we arrived in San Sebastian it was …
... I realized that there would be no direct flights and the layovers were all either only an hour, which is cutting it pretty close, or they were six or more hours. After deciding on a flight with an hour layover in Frankfurt I attempted to book it, only for it to be sold out by the time I wen tot put my credit card information in. After some more searching I found another flight with an hour layover in Madrid, only to have ...
... small plaza that appeared to have several bbq's at one end, but after watching a man carry his trash down the street and toss it into the 'bbq', I realized these stainless steel devices were not for cooking ... though I wondered how often they would need to be emptied given their relatively small size.
Our agenda for the day was open except for one task ... to find some ruffage! After a few hours and several stops in bars and cafes, we ...