Petit Palace Tamarises

Muelle de Ereaga, 4, Getxo, Basque, 48990, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Muelle de Ereaga, 4, Getxo, is near Casco Viejo, Hanging Bridge (Puente Colgante), Playa de Azkorri, and Basque Country's Mining Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Getxo

    I would sooner be a foreigner in Spain

    A travel blog entry by foodblubber on Oct 13, 2014

    15 photos

    ... stopped at one of the many pinchos bars and had a drink. They placed some pinchos (food on a stick) in front of us. We had been informed that at many such locations the food is 'free' so we ate it, and it wasn't. Oh well, it was only about E$1 each, so it wasn't so bad.

    People were popping in and out of the many bars. It was buzzing.

    What I did notice is that people don't tend to stay at one bar for long. ...

    Beaches in Basque

    A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Aug 08, 2014

    145 photos

    ... surf although it does get pretty churned up with the wind blowing the wrong way and the tide in. This afternoon was still and the beach was pretty busy with people mostly sunbathing but a few in the water. We found a spot and settled in for a relaxing couple of hours and a cheeky ice cream but it cooled down fairly fast as soon as a big cloud ruined the party and spread itself out over the sky. We hopped on the famed (according to Betty) 'elevator' up the cliff to town for ...

    Transports of delight

    A travel blog entry by jobloor on Oct 20, 2012

    2 photos

    ... beautiful, and sell now for millions of Euros. There is a wide and eclectic range of building styles, mock Tudor, Swiss Chalet, Scottish Baronial, Italianate Castles and everything in between.

    Overall it looks like a very prosperous and pleasant city, the part nearer the bridge being more salubrious than that near the old port. Today the port is running a free shuttle to the bridge and the old town, but we decide ...

    Where Everybody Knows Your Name

    A travel blog entry by kdwanderlust on May 22, 2011

    14 photos

    ... pots, lovely rose bushes lining the home, and a trellis with grape vines between the white-washed house and garage. It turned out that this was the "summer home" of its owners--our distant relatives--so we weren't lucky enough to meet them. But Dan did leave an infamous note that will go down in the family history books: as he attempted the Spanish phrase for "ancestral home," he instead wrote, "the home of my inheritance." He signed his name with a flourish and added his ...

    These boots are made for walkin´

    A travel blog entry by susansantiago on May 06, 2010

    12 comments, 4 photos

    ... t open till 1:30 so I can't get through security and have access to the shops and restaurants there. It's pretty limited on this side of security. Watching all sorts of people coming and going but they mostly speak English as far as I can hear.
    A man is working madly on his laptop and talking so he must be Skyping a meeting. There are a lot of employees who are here just to answer questions and help you get where you need to go - very pleasant and helpful. The ...