Tryp Arenal Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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May was another month of extensive travel after my tour of South East Asia in April. Travelling around Northern Spain is a very different experience from Cambodia and Vietnam though! For convenience we hired a car for most of the trip and I drove for over 2,000 KM starting and ending at Bilbao Airport.
British Airways flight from Heathrow to Bilbao 4 hours travel from home
Drive from Bilbao Airport to San Sebastian after hiring a Renault Captur for two weeks. 101 Km, 3 ...
... more of a funeral than a wedding venue. Wednesday April 8th So we were traveling south again towards Spain, we had another night stopover in France before arriving in San Sebastián Thursday afternoon. We loaded up and set off, we stopped in a little town, bought some pate from the butcher and some bread from the baker and we'd got ourselves a little picnic for lunch. That's the great thing about France, it seems you can stop in nearly any little town and still ...
Day started with our top skylight window blowing out. Thanks to kiwi ingenuity, glue and duck tape in hand we were water tight again. We bus to city (the stop right by our camp). We arrive in town to witness a Barsque protest march and met a lovely Basque lady. Lovely walk around the city then a tour of the Guggenheim museum which was spectacular inside and ...
... we had to google as soon as we got home because we had no idea what was going on the entire night. Everything was written in basque which resembles nothing close to any other language, but basically this is a 9 day festival involving boat races, drinking, fireworks and setting a large puppet woman on fire. We were extremely lucky to have arrived in Bilbao on the last day of what is basically their stampede and it was truly ...
... place. We had apparently booked a room in a college dorm that rents extra rooms out to tourists. Our room felt exactly like a dorm room with its side-by-side desks separating the twin beds on opposite walls, and our hall felt just like a dorm hall, complete with 19-year-olds hanging out in the hallway talking late into the night. Wifi was only available on our floor's student lounge, so I spent some time with a student who was deeply engrossed in his anatomy ...