Hotel Leku Eder
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Leku Eder San Sebastián - Donostia
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We were set to catch a train to Bilbao, where we could hang out for an hour or so, before having to catch another train to Barakaldo. At Barakaldo we had arranged to meet a young guy named, Borja, through the carpooling website, blablacar, and he was to give us a lift to San Sebastián. We rocked up to the meeting spot 10 minutes early and …
... into the water to **** with their dopey owners cackling from the beach. I’ve seen dirty water before, but nothing this bad. I’m convinced that surfing here almost every day is the reason I’ve had a sinus infection for close to a month straight.
In the evening, the pintxo joints are full of whimsical dialogue. The crowds overflow onto the street clutching tiny beer bottles and fistfuls of chorizo. It is common practice for bar patrons to throw their dirty ...
This place is another paradise. The weather is so unbelievably perfect that even Ashley can't complain about being too hot or too cold. We walked around town in the morning, finally finding the Lidl tucked underground in the back of a shopping center so we could stock up on beach beers. Our Airbnb host said drinking in public is legal, but we find it strange that no one takes advantage of that at the beach (we're trendsetters here). We got a few beers ...
... despite my squeals at the splash. I want to be like these waves, I thought.
Outside La Perla, with a glass of sangria and a budding friendship, I saw it: in this moment, I am a wave. I am living in a foreign country, staying with an unfamiliar family, navigating a city on my own; I am brave. I am experiencing Spanish in the classroom, in the restaurants, and on the ...
... a patisserie named MokoFin whose chef just returned from Paris. The crust was thinly layered pastry and oh! so delicious! Tomorrow, we need to return our rental car and catch the train in Bayonne, so we decided to reconnoiter the area. Good thing we did, because the drop off point was hard to find ... No address, just "Esso station on Grand Basque"! We found it, despite the absence of a Hertz sign, and discovered it is 2 miles from the station! So we worked ...