Hotel Palacio de Aiete
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Palacio de Aiete San Sebastián - Donostia
Modern well managed hotel with very helpful staff and great food
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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 …
... very free of traffic, is clean and is well looked after.
After a tour round the suburbs in search of a supermarket we found a large Carrefour, and then back to the caravan for Lesley’s favourite, French Merguez sausages followed by crčme de marron.
Thursday we were up, packed and off early, continuing south towards Bordeaux. It was a better day, slightly warmer and drier, but still very grey. ...
... only seats approximately 40 guests per evening therefore the ratio of chef to customer is one to one.
Overall I thought that it was a very interesting experience - they restaurant seems to put a lot of focus on being inventive. In fact they have test kitchen below which is doing nothing but inventing.
I thought that there we a couple of misses but overall it was good. I believe that there were about 15 courses on the ...
... of hot rolled steel that you can walk in and around. We enjoyed our cafe lunch break and browsing in the shop. But most of all I just love looking at this building, both inside and out. A new Guggenheim, also designed by Frank Gehry is under construction in Abu Dhabi, so I would certainly like to visit when it opens.
Many travel writers and guide books claim it is hard not to fall in love with San Sebastian or Donostia as the city is known in ...
... beach!) and with Natalie's local knowledge we went to some great pinxos bars and rented some cheap bikes to go along the shoreline. The beaches in San Seb are perfect - beautiful white sand and great waves for surfing! I really wanted to try surfing but I didn't have enough time - I guess I'll have to go back ;) I wasn't ready to leave after two short days, id found another magical spot and it was unplanned, out of the blue, a last minute adventure. See you soon ...