Pension Bellas Artes

Address: C/ Urbieta, 64, San Sebastián - Donostia, Basque, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Ensanche area of San Sebastián - Donostia, is near Parte Vieja, La Perla Centro Talaso-Sport, Santa Maria del Coro, and Edificio de Correos.
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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia


A travel blog entry by georgie.dow on Jul 15, 2015

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... sun so it's the party zone. And it sure was a party!! But **** it was hot and that only increased the sangria drinking. The bull fight itself I didn't love. I expected a bit of a show between the bull and matador and then a quick killing. Wasn't like that at all. From the get go it was a stabbing and it was horrid watching them play with a dying animal, was more cruel then I expected. We left after two Bulls. The rest of the night was just partying on the street with lots and lots ...

Sleeping in San Sebastian

A travel blog entry by lashez on Jul 12, 2015

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... waiting room around 30-35 people at least and our names were called first to check in! best case scenario because we just wanted to go back to sleep.
We got into the elevator and went up to our room. only 2 beds! we couldn't believe it, we hadn't payed extra for it so it was a bonus, we threw our bags down and fell into bed. We had to be up at 230am so we could catch the bus to Pamplona tomorrow so once we fell into bed we stayed ...

Beach bitch

A travel blog entry by emily.hall.7758 on Oct 03, 2013

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... a siesta after grabbing an ice cream and hung out some more in the kitchen. Mario, the guy who organised the evenings was making paella and sangria that evening so I put my name down and then organised with a large group of single travellers in the hostel to walk up the large hill next to the hostel to watch the sunset.

The sunset was difficult to see because there was another hill obstructing the view and it was fairly overcast but it was still a ...

Loyola and Azpeitia

A travel blog entry by andrearini on Mar 01, 2013

20 photos

... into a palace in Portugal. I felt like I was missing out on all of this. The stress of planning trips, school, trying to learn spanish and other things combined with the HOURS i spend wasting on facebook connecting with people at home left me overwhelmed with nothingness. I needed this retreat to refocus and refresh me, and send me home with a fresh perspective and some motivation to stop living on the surface of life. I shared these ideas with my group, and said that amongst ...

Exquisite snacking

A travel blog entry by vanivan on May 12, 2012

2 comments, 39 photos

... go bar-hopping in Parte Vieja, and pick what I liked. I was confused and thought he was just trying to brush me off...

But then when I got to the Parte Vieja again, I understood why. The streets were lined with bars and tavernas, many with people spilling out onto the streets. And it wasn't drinking that people were doing (although some were), but eating. You simply wander into a bar, check out the pintxos they have on offer (all laid out on the bar), and ...