Saiaz Getaria Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... art. Walked around the city and sampled our first pinxtos for lunch at Meson Martin - amazing! For a few euros little morsels of seafood, vegetables and meat beautifully presented along the bar. We tried a few more at a second bar in the old city and then hit the beach for the afternoon. We found out the its the start of the week long San Sebastián fiesta this week so timing is great but also explains the problems with getting, ...
... the necessary data. During the process the information on the website demands that a boarding pass must be printed and presented at check- in or you will be charged a 60 euro administration fee. Needless to say when it was time to obtain and print the boarding pass the server would drop off line! After the third attempt the boarding passes arrived on my computer-without an e-mail, just the passes with the question, "do you ...
... proved very tricky! Anyway after a few circles of the general area and asking for directions we discovered we were in the right street and only a few buildings away!!
Hotel Tryp Orly is very close to and overlooking the main beach of San Sebastian, and a five minute walk to shops and Old Town. The weather did not cooperate much the first night, it was a bit cool with light rain, but San Sebastian is a beautiful city and we went in search of ...
... expect stunning views.
After that exertion we went for lunch in the old town on the Plaza la Constitution - where all the balconies are numbered from the days when it was the site of bull fights. We followed that with a wander around, admiring the ancient churches, eating ice cream and generally soaking up the sun and atmosphere.
... 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.