San Sebastian Playa Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... many do. As we approached I turned Run Keeper on for Carm and took some photos just for her. We spent almost three hours sunning ourselves and swimming. The beach was packed tight. The sun was out and it was just right - 28°. After the beach we continued north as I wanted to walk around the suburb just behind the beach as it's a spot where one of the apartments we are going to look at is located. The port area was a bit quiet but the rest was ...
... placed in the largest barrel of a set of five, made from different types of wood (oak, chestnut, mulberry, cherry, juniper). The opening of the barrel is covered only by a linen cloth so that the Must can breathe. The production follows the seasons, the mild temperatures of fall and spring allow the fermentation to take place, summer heat concentrates the flavors and the cold winter weather gives a clearness to the product. Only when the vinegar is ready ...
... have not seen how brilliant his designs were and built more like them. We struggle to find an ergonomic designed chair for our computer station and Gaudi designed whole buildings in 1900 to fit naturally into their owners needs. Take a look at all the workmanship that went into his buildings. It boggles the mind to think how this was achieved. ...
... We travel underground for about 29 minutes and then we are in the country side of Spain. I was beautiful to travel by rail and just enjoy the sights of the region. Upon arrival, I would take a 20 minute aerial tram ride to the top. (There were a few choices - train, bus, hike or aerial tram. The tram was listed for those into adventure as it is quite a long tram ride). The tram has a sign that states 30 people maximum - I can tell ...
Funny story- I was supposed to go to London this weekend with a group of people. Booked a hostel there, made plans with multiple people, and booked a flight back... didn't book a flight there. Woops? I cancelled it and booked it for another weekend in April. Anyways, I can't describe how glad I was to have a full week, weekend, and another full week in Barcelona. I realized that I almost always dread leaving Barcelona, no matter ...