Hotel Txartel

Address: Paseo del circuito, 1, Lasarte, Basque, 20160, Spain and Canary Islands | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Paseo del circuito, 1, Lasarte, is near Combs of the Winds (Peine de los Vientos), Parque Aiete, Real Sociedad de Futbol, and Magic Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Lasarte

    Northern Spain, The Pyrenees and Cadaques

    A travel blog entry by psing on Jul 07, 2013

    ... itself encloses a beautiful bay and spectacular crescent shaped beach. There's a beachside promenade and a vibrant old town. 'Old' meaning 200 years unlike most places in Spain that seem connected to Roman, Moorish or medieval times. The city was in control of the French in 1813 but was besieged for some time by a combined Anglo- Portuguese force. When the French surrendered the victors went on a week long destructive binge. Bar a few buildings the whole place was ...


    A travel blog entry by nayandal on Jul 04, 2012

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    ... hopping with the bus. Saw some great bar, the 1st one had this great older gentleman bar tender, and Pintxos is so cheap (like up to 2 Euros a Pintxos... our whole night cost us under 30 Euros for the both of us). We had fish and cheese and so much crab, octopus, beef cheek (was to die for, just fell apart in your mouth), Renee had a great local cider, our last Pintxos bar was a seafood one (which ...

    26. San Sebastian & the Spanish Healthcare System

    A travel blog entry by sarahandblairnz on Jul 08, 2011

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    ... a pinxos crawl. Pinxos (pronounced pinch-os) is the Basque version of tapas and the old town in San Seb is covered in bars offering all sorts of finger-sized portions of deliciousness prepared by Michelin-starred chefs. French bread with panchetta, brie cheese, and walnut paste, spiced octopus, chorizo sticks, mmmm...huge glasses of Sangria made with vino tinto.

    The rest of our time in San Seb was spent trawling the beaches - surf ...

    A vacation from our vacation

    A travel blog entry by rerunkb on Oct 08, 2009

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    ... Maybe weŽll rent a surfboard or borrow one from someone in our hostel. We have our own room tonight and it has a balcony that overlooks a courtyard with restaurants and bars. These lucky aussies travel for like 6 months! Anyway thanks for keeping up and talk to everyone in a week.

    Oh....huge event of the day........Nan slipped and fell on the street with her huge travel bag and day bag hanging off her and while wearing a bright yellow poncho...So funny.

    Hang ...

    Holidays with friends.

    A travel blog entry by duff32 on Dec 29, 2008

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    Christmas Eve we celebrated with Nere's family. We hiked from Lasarte to Hernani in time to visit at their house for a while before the parade started. There were dancers, carolers, and of course, Olencero (the Basque Santa). The people on the floats threw out candy and roasted chestnuts, which we scurried to retrieve. There was music and groups of carolers throughout the streets. We caught a ride with Nere and Alberto to her parent's house in Zubieta. Begona ...