Hotel Leku Eder
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from San Sebastián - Donostia
... the beau monde came in droves and frequented palatial Belle Epoque hotels. There is an evocative description of the northern green region being like a cold compress applied to the forehead of an overheated Spain!
It was sunny but cold and we were impressed with the number of septenugarians taking the plunge. The rest of us were rugged up against the autumn morning chill. It had after all been about 4 ...
... who wants to join??
After the funicular, we jumped on the bus heading toward the restaurant.......... or so we thought. Travis couldn't get GPS to follow the route (despite changing networks, connecting to the bus's "wifi",etc). We ended up back in the city center at 1:35pm, jumped off the bus and ran to find a taxi (they only stop at certain stations, you can't just hail one -- plus we were in the pedestrian center). After Ashley sweet talked a cop (in ...
The small amusement park on top of Mount Igeldo….what can I say
you were definitely interesting. On every list of things you must do in San
Sebastian, there is the visit to the top of Mount Igeldo, where you are
guaranteed to find breathtaking views and a small vintage amusement park. So
one day after class a couple friends and I decided to check this activity off
of our bucket list. Upon arrival we saw the entrance for the “Funicular ...
... 8217;m making my way to San Sebastián to meet an old friend for the weekend who now lives in London and we will celebrate his birthday. The train ticket is a cool 66 Euros, so I send a note to Jasper (German guy studying in Barcelona) who is offering a ride from Barcelona to San Sebastián for 20 Euros. Thankfully, he responds and I made my way to Escuela de Nautica, a school in Barceloneta, our agreed pickup point. I make the assumption that I’m the only other rider. ...
... from going through. Probably just as well we couldn't understand what they were all saying. One brave security officer stepped forward and made an announcement: the flight to San Sebastian had been cancelled. Lucky for him he wasn't lynched. We were all directed to the Iberian information counter where 3 or 4 personnel were trying to figure out what to do with us. Eventually the same man who had sold us the new tickets on our arrival into Madrid turned up ...