Address: Infanta Beatriz, 16, San Sebastián - Donostia, Basque, 20008, Spain and Canary Islands | Inn
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This inn, located in the Cleveland Park/Woodley Park area of San Sebastián - Donostia, is near La Perla Centro Talaso-Sport, Parque Aiete, Edificio de Correos, and Palacio Goikoa.
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    Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia

    St James' Way

    A travel blog entry by halliday on Jun 30, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... about 80kms away) is situated however, the home of the separatist movement and where Basque culture is most evident has been denied a similar status. While ETA the extreme independence movement has officially been disbanded feelings still run high.

    Basque flags fly all across the region. Thomas also filled us in about the Spanish royalty and how the old king was interviewed on TV. He said he spent sleepless nights worrying about the eonomy and the unemployed and ...

    Student Presentations

    A travel blog entry by cierrarae on Jun 23, 2015

    6 photos

    ... Las Vegas to Toronto, Toronto to Reykjavik, Reykjavik to Paris and then finally Paris to Bilbao and that does not even begin to describe the agonizing layovers in unfamiliar cities. Moments like these with the foreign and local people of different countries created an experience unlike any other.

    I have lived through twenty years of life, many incredibly strange but interesting moments have occurred in those twenty years but never have I once flown alone ...

    Blog Entry 5

    A travel blog entry by annabarth on Jun 11, 2015

    Men and women here seem to present themselves much differently than they do in the United States. Here, men seem to have more respect for what they look like and they look like they put a lot more effort into their appearance than men in the United States. In the U.S., men will often wear basketball shorts, sweatpants, or jeans and a baggy t-shirt or tank top. It usually looks like they rolled out of bed and went to class and don't care whatsoever about what they ...


    A travel blog entry by cierrarae on Jun 01, 2015

    4 photos

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    Then collectivized laughter. The way women interact across cultures varies greatly to how men react to women, its like an unseen barrier or a blurry Pintxo Pote line of whats appropriate to ask.

    Basque Nationalism 06/12/15
    During the talk about the Spanish Civil War and its long term impact on the Basque country one thing in particular stood out ...

    Eyes Open, Mouth Closed

    A travel blog entry by jenniferhopkins on May 28, 2015

    1 photo

    ... and observe. Instead of trying to make people understand me, I am trying to understand them. I have to listen more intently and watch with more attention. In Texas, I would walk around with my sight set on the ground in front of me. The scenery of my route is ingrained in my head, and the route to my destination preprogramed. However, here, if I don't watch where I am going, I could get lost in the maze of ...