San Jorge

Address: Antonio Atzaga 51, Santurtzi, Basque, 48980, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Antonio Atzaga 51, Santurtzi, is near Casco Viejo, Hanging Bridge (Puente Colgante), Playa de Azkorri, and Castillo Concejuelo.
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Travel Blogs from Santurtzi

Rain rain rain

A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Dec 06, 2014

4 comments, 2 photos

... pockets it took a while. Had tapas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And very strong coffee. And fancy salami to stock the m/home. Still struggling to figure out the buttons in that home and getting a bit ratty about it. Going to Salamanca (world heritage site ) about 5 hours south from here tomorrow. Might stay there for a while if it doesn't rain. We have to buy small umbrellas as the golf one just about clears the pavement of other pedestrians. Till ...

Lunch at Etxebarri, Axtondo

A travel blog entry by twofoodies on Jun 06, 2014

2 comments, 13 photos

... of Biscay about 20 miles from the French border. The seaside is enhanced by it's hilly surrounds. The city sits at the mouth of the River Urumea, the city having been built to a large extent over the river's wetlands.The former bed of the river had been diverted to it's current canalised course. They seem to do a lot of diverting of river beds in Europe.

They arrived at San Sebastián around 7pm and checked into the Astoria 7 for three nights. ...

Basque country

A travel blog entry by stef5353 on Oct 14, 2013

1 comment, 9 photos

... most impressive buildings I have ever seen. The Guggenheim Museum, designed by Frank Gehry, is really avant garde. The only complaint I had was no sunshine to see it shine to it's full potential. Most of the building is covered by half-millimetre thick "Fish-scale" titanium panels. On the inside are three levels around the central atrium and ...

The road to my ancestral grounds

A travel blog entry by alihaney on Jul 01, 2013

... my imagination, but I swear I felt a stirring in my bones as I crossed into Pais Vasco, the Basque Country. I am Polish, Irish, and Basque by heritage, but I’ve never been to Poland, Ireland, or the Basque Country before. Some would ask: if you are Basque, doesn’t that mean you are Spanish? Well, not according to the Basque. In Madrid, you can shout "Viva Espana!" and everyone will shout along with you. In Pais Vasco, you will only get stares. “Viva Pais ...

An unforgettable lunch in Bilbao

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jan 16, 2013

28 photos

... particular – who we later noticed chowing down on paella behind us. Anoop and Minh-Yen went for the paella to start and I had mushrooms in a buttery sauce. When Anoop saw the paella being re-heated in the microwave, that was definitely another bad sign. The paella was not the best – the rice was still kind of crunchy, like when you cook risotto too fast. But it had nice flavour and the mushrooms were good. On to the second course… Minh-Yen ...