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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Zubieta Lekeitio
Travel Blogs from Lekeitio
... and talked about our sabbatical so far and the wonderful memories we’ve had. We also spoke about how the time is running our very quickly and that the European leg is almost towards its end. Travel really helps you to live in the moment while at the same time helps you to keep an eye on the future.
San Sebastian was a really good recommendation and we’re glad we made our way back into Spain to see it. Our next stop is Tour, ...
... some great restaurants. From there it was 22 km to the Parador that we were staying at. Paradors are government owned hotels that exist in some of the most wonderful locations in Spain from mountainous areas like this to iconic cities like Toledo. They were originally magnificent but neglected buildings in private hands so the government, over time, purchased them and tastefully restored them to their former grandeur. Prices vary depending on location and demand. This ...
... nice to have access to a shower and to plug the car in to recharge all that needed recharging.
Frank & Charlotte texted and said they were about 20 minutes away in the town of Somo so we headed there to say goodbye as they were catching the ferry from Santander to the UK the same evening. We continued on towards Gijon and following the storm rider surf guide we headed to a surf ...
... to stay awake for 30 hours. More on that crazy trip to come.
After our confusion with the landlord the night before, we finally made it inside our apartment in San Sebastian, Spain by noon. While we waited to meet him, we were super lucky to find a real breakfast with bacon, eggs and toast which was absolutely amazing since breakfast in Europe is not a big thing. After making our bellies full, getting rid of our giant ...
... The minute i walked into the hostel I met three amazing girls from Canada and after one lunch it felt as though we had been friends for years. After lunch I met the rest of the people staying at the hostel and every single one of them was amazing, mostly Australians, and that week were all a little family. We all went out together, drank together, ...