Hotel La Galeria
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- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Galeria San Sebastián - Donostia
Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... many phone calls they told us that they would send us a mechanic and once he arrived then they would ascertain if we should go with him to a garage to wait for the car to be fixed or if we should have a taxi sent for us to go to another Hertz to get a new hire car. We thought this would take forever to get the mechanic out but we were pleasantly surprised that within about 20mins he had already arrived! He didn't speak one word of English so with our bad French, a lot of gestures and ...
I spent around a week in San Sebastian. I loved this place last time i visited here in 2010. I have food envy in the north of Spain its absolutely delicious. They serve a local dish called pinxtos or tapas and usually its served with a slice of bread and toppings - anything you can think ...
... one evening. Every afternoon between 6 and 14 July there is a bullfight in which the 6 bulls that have been driven to the bullring during the bullrunning of that day are killed. I will spare you the gory details but watching the bull fight is not something for someone with a weak stomach! The whole festival has become probably the most internationally renowned fiesta in Spain but after a week long party I was ready to move onto Paris for a whole new and different ...
... in both Spain and France. A short drive from San Sebastián is the lovely beachside town of Fuentearribia, a walled city which still retains it's renaissance walls. A 15 minute ferry ride across the water and you're in the French beachside town of Hendaye, but don't think you can find them on the map, they're on the map under their basque names of Hondarribia and Hendaia. Further north along the French coast ...
... blocks from the car park with all our luggage ,threw in our bags and went of to find some food. We had not stopped for lunch so we were starving.
We decided it was as good a time as any to start sampling the "pintxos" - the small morsels on the counter of every bar in town. So after visiting about 6 such premises , plus a vino or two we were quite satisfied and returned to our hotel after having to make a run for it. The damn rain had started ...