Trinquet Maitena Hotel

Address: 42 Rue Du Midi, St-Jean-de-Luz, Basque Country, Aquitaine, 64500, France | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 42 Rue Du Midi, St-Jean-de-Luz, is near Maison Louis XIV, C. Henriet, and Maison de l'Infante Joanoenia.
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Travel Blogs from St-Jean-de-Luz

Firsts days of the Camino Pilgrimmage

A travel blog entry by jpjourneys on Dec 20, 2014

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... the Pyrenees was AN EVENT. The wind was SCREAMING at high velocity which was blowing people all over the place. People who had back packs on were like sails tossed in the wind. There was a constant buffeting mostly head-on or sideways that really challenged all.

Again it was a very pastoral vista with lots of sheep, cows and horses as part of the landscape. There were also windbreaks made of stone for animals and people; and stone shelters ...

Day Seven (on to San Sebastián)

A travel blog entry by slog on Sep 07, 2014

1 comment, 11 photos

... said ok. With the benefit of hindsight, I now realise he may at this stage have rolled his eyes, but I can't be sure if this recollection was true.

Julie and I wandered outside and waited for the delivery of our goods, sitting on a table and chairs not fair away from a number of the former-movie extras. The two plates looked good, and we tucked in. The coffees were great. And the tortilla or Spanish omelette was superb but Julie raised the possibility after one ...

San Sebastián and San Fermin

A travel blog entry by blonde_abroad on Jul 06, 2014

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... of the country's top chefs and the city also has more Michelin stars per capita than anywhere else on earth. But as a true pack packer I made the most of the not so pricey pintxos (basque-style tapas)! Many of the nights in San Sebastián started as a nice pintxos bar crawl through the old town accompanied with a couple of glasses of wine and sangria and then escalated into dancing the night away at a nightclub called People which has big glass windows overlooking ...

It's off to San Sebastián

A travel blog entry by thefinnegans on Apr 09, 2014

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... Spanish. No way you can understand them. Not even when I broke out my cheat sheet. (Doesn't that scream tourist!). As long as they were smiling and laughing, I felt okay. I like it here. Here is a couple of little fun facts: Hitler had this placed bombed once because he hated it and the people (very angry man). The people of San Sebastian hate Spain. That is why they have chosen to speak their own language. ...

Northern Spain, The Pyrenees and Cadaques

A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 07, 2013

... restaurants and music venues. Unlike other places in Spain it is not dominated by expats from England, Germany or Holland. Hardly heard an English word uttered. Sure, it's a tourist town but the culture is proudly Catalan. It really is a nice place to spend a few days. We spent a couple of hours today on a traditional timber sailing boat exploring the coast north of here. We anchored in a calm little bay and went swimming in its cool, clear and immensely invigorating ...