Address: B0 Akartegi, 28, Hondarribia, Basque, 20280, Spain and Canary Islands | Ranch
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This ranch, located on B0 Akartegi, 28, Hondarribia, is near Teatro de la Maestranza.
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Travel Blogs from Hondarribia

France is cold and damp

A travel blog entry by oldagetraveller on Dec 06, 2014

2 comments, 7 photos

... south was boring. We came off at Poitiers to take the old N10 which is just as fast and a bit more interesting. All along this route, both north and south of Poitiers, they are building a new high speed rail line linking Tours with Bordeaux. Another example of the Europeans being so far ahead of the UK. They make a decision and do it, and most of the population welcome it. They don’t have to waste twice the cost of ...

A weekend with the bulls

A travel blog entry by ellabright on Jul 11, 2014

... by the end of it. I think I'm slightly in love with Luke but not in a sexual way, I just love him. slightly. i went home and passed out after that, satisfied with my night but completely exhausted.

This weekend was by far one of the best, craziest, and most life-changing weekends I've ever had. I am in love with this country and with the people I met. I'm sad to go home, but so blessed to have been able to have this experience. I love life and I love traveling.

San Sebastián

A travel blog entry by ncorkhill on Oct 31, 2013

2 comments, 7 photos

A small beach town popular amongst surfers and beachgoers, San Sebastián didn't disappoint. Our hostel was awesomely small and crowded, leading us to meet some cool people from around the world. We spent Halloween here and really enjoyed our time. Touring the town was real easy, it wasn't very large and didn't have too much to see. So of course we saw about everything in the first few hours of adventuring. ...

We have eaten our way through San Sebastián

A travel blog entry by adamcarly on Aug 08, 2013

4 photos

... Sebastián our bus guide explained that it is pretty much the culinary capital of Spain if not the entire continent of Europe. Boasting more Michelin star restaurants per capita than any other city/region in the world. So this is how it went down, pretty much we dropped bags in our hotel after a 10 hour bus trip, legged it to the old town of San Sebastián (there is a new town but who cares about that). The old town is a pretty linear area covered in small pubs ...

Bye Bye UK, hola Espanola!!!

A travel blog entry by mattandchlo on Mar 09, 2013

1 comment, 5 photos

... the start of a celebration we will simply call ‘the festival of lollies’. Now I am sure there is some meaning to it beyond this, but as far as we could see it was all about the lollies. Children and grown ups alike with open bags catching the lollies from the procession as people, just people (no dress-ups, characters, floats) sat in the back of trucks and rode horses down the street throwing the handfuls of lollies at the people. Further research ...