Hostal La Paloma
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... everywhere until late into the night.
This is a bit like the Gold Coast atmosphere - too many tourists everywhere , jaded locals, money, more expensive than Madrid - a little bit of an ugly tourist trap. Taxi driver in Madrid warned me about this place.
Next morning - walked around at 6- 7 am then could not get back in hotel until girl turned up.
Great breakfast then TOOK OFF - walked, took train - found Gaudi House - went in before it was ...
... go around. I’m particularly excited for San Sebastian because, by my understanding, it’s a very beautiful and very small town, so I assume that entails four days of doing absolutely nothing but lounging on the beach and me feeling not the slightest bit of guilt about it. Yes, things are looking up for Ol’ Pearson over here. Stay tuned for the next exciting post detailing exactly how little I did in the next four days in San Sebastian. ...
... expect to find a museum of architecture. When we get in, however, we discover instead 2 exhibits – one on photography and one on ‘Egypt and animals’. Interesting though they are,this is not what we were expecting and our feet are beginning to ache, so our visit is fleeting. We get back to the van after 8pm; after peak traffic time,and we leave the city via the A2. We arrive in Medinaceli (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Medinacel i) after dark and ...
... go out on the beach and return to the club. We stayed out on the beach for a while, but then it started getting very chilly, so we went back inside. Standing out on the beach at night was nice after our hectic week of big city traveling. The sound of the waves rolling up on the shore was very relaxing, and offered a nice end to a wonderful day. We took a cab back to our hostel, and after a half an hour ride it only cost us around 20 Euro. I wish they were all ...
... of street musicians). The building is lovely and the art is - Picasso, in all his stages. I loved it. Food was looking good by then and a short (not) stroll took us to The waterfront where we sat with beautiful tapas and equally beautiful sangria in the lovely sunshine (after three days of intermittent rain and grey skies. We then had to undertake another short (not) stroll to the Metro for the journey to Park ...