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San Telmo Museoa's Library special opening on Sunday

People living in San Sebastian and surroundings are very lucky having at hand the Gabriela Cendoya Bergareche Collection of photobooks. The more than 2000 books, and growing, are deposited on the Museum’s library, as any other book in their facilities. 115 palabras más

Back in the Basque Country

The morning comes and I am still undecided as to which way to head. I type a random address in Santander into the satnav to see which routes are available. 1.657 palabras más

Life in the Basque Country - Donostia / San Sebastian

Arriving by plane, Bilbao airport was the chaotic beginning place to our week in San Sebastian. The bus trip was fraught with misunderstandings over payment and tickets, thank goodness for a helpful fellow traveller from England who sorted us out with the exact change needed to get on the last bus for the night to our destination. 542 palabras más


San Sebastian and Bilbao, Spain

May 2017

Its A’s birthday and J planned a surprise weekend getaway to northern tip of Spain, Basque Country, close to the French border. Readers Beware: You will definitely be craving for food at the end of this post! 1.015 palabras más


San Sebastian, Spain

San Sebastian is also called Donostia in a language called Basque, because it is in Basque country between France and Spain.  San Sebastian is really famous for its food.   168 palabras más


San Sebastian - Donostia

Originally posted August 5, 2014 by Svetopolis

“In the Basque country the land all looks very rich and green and the houses and villages look well-off and clean… the houses in the villages had red tiled roofs, and then the road turned off and commenced to climb and we were going way up close along a hillside, with a valley below and hills stretched off back toward the sea.” 320 palabras más