Hotel Txartel

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

    Tonight

    A travel blog entry by jance55 on Sep 11, 2014

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    We will see bull running and fireworks as part of a festival. We are also touring the town and being guests in a members only private gastronomic society or txoko. Members are mostly men with a shared interest in cooking creative meals for their guests. Women were banned but now welcome to dine with the men. This ought to be a great ...

    San Sebastian Beach

    A travel blog entry by chelsear on Sep 09, 2014

    ... park, but the end result was good and the setting was worth it. We went back to the hostel and Issy had a siesta while I, feeling gross, went for a run along the San Sebastian beaches. Back home we showered and got ready to meet Sam, a guy from our bus who was staying at our hostel, for dinner. With him and his friend Mark we walked to a nearby pinxas bar (the Basche version of tapas) to try some beef cheek. It was €4.50 but tasted amaaaazing. We then moved on to ...

    Baque Land

    A travel blog entry by youngexplorer on May 13, 2011

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    ... blue whale with a stick. The water was too cold to swim but the sand was great to draw in. The next day I took a hike with my sister Dad and uncle up this mountain that leads in and out of the village. The language there is strange it is Basque so the little spanish I know did not work so well...But I think they understood ...

    Je quero San Sebastion

    A travel blog entry by rerunkb on Oct 09, 2009

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    ... and mountains in the background. We just sat on the beach for some time and watched them. We all agree that this is our favorite city so far. The pace is slower and its not touristy or over crowded. All the shops close down between 2 and 5 so people can take a Siesta, but it starts to come alive at night. Tomorrow we leave for Paris at 10am. We are gonna hang with the people in the hostel and maybe go to a local bar with them. Our hostel is full of laid back surfers so its been fun!
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    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 ...