Saiaz Getaria Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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We departed Haro on Tuesday morning taking the scenic back route through the mountains north to San Sebastian.
San Sebastian is beautiful, even despite the very poor weather conditions: grey, wet and cold with a top temperature of 13! The Hotel de Londres, with its timeless elegance, was built in 1902 when San Sebastian was a playground for the rich and famous. The hotel is situated on the promenade and ...
... with this combination of history, comfort, and beauty. My specific room was blessed with a full on view of the Bay. With the window open I could hear the ocean. I could lay in bed and gaze directly out to France to the east. Imagine my delight when I awoke and opened my eyes to the most beautiful sunrise over the Pyrenees with the shimmering reflection on the water.
I am very blessed. Jesus was with me in San Sebastian as you can ...
... from a night of partying until 5 AM, and Robin was looking for a quiet evening, so we all grabbed some gelato before the three of them headed back to the hostel. Tonight was my last night in San Sebastian, so I wasn't prepared to go back so soon - I took my gelato over to Playa de la Concha and stood along the boardwalk, admiring the beautiful beach and sea below ... as crazy as Spain can get, sometimes it's the simple pleasures that make it so wonderful.
... save a couple of kilos in luggage alone. Sunday is the day of rest here and all shops are closed except of course for any type of food.
We went for a drive around local villages and had lunch on the pier in Getaria where an impromptu Basque kids festival happened before our eyes, not sure what for but they were all in colourful costumes and were dancing etc.
... Without getting into boring detail coming here was a pilgrimage for me to see a restaurant that was all about food and not the ******** that seems to surround these fancy restaurants. The owner and his chef Daughter came around the restaurant and we chatted for some time with them during the dinner service and freely on our way out too, like we were dining in their home, that was great. I could go on but won't, thanks I hear you say. I need to recalibrate by top ...