Monthly Archives: June 2018

Travellers from USA

A young American family visited San Sebastian with our greeter Luis on June 18th. Unfortunately, it was raining cats and dogs ! The father Eric had visited San Sebastian 15 years ago. As it was a rainy morning they decided to

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Posted in Altstadt, History, La Bretxa food market, market, merkatua, Old Town, Parte Vieja, Parte Zaharra, Sin categoría

Traveller from Australia

On June 19th Larissa from Australia met our greeter Jose Luis. First, they went to the Kontxa, after that to the harbour and then they walked along the New Promenade. The weather was quite good and they enjoyed themselves. Later

Posted in Kontxa, Kontxako Badia, Old Town, Parte Vieja, Parte Zaharra, Paseo Berria, Paseo Nuevo, pintxos

Travellers

June 18. Rosemary and her teacher friends taught a lot of phrasal verbs to our Greter Bere. Phrasal verbs sometimes bit dirty… But no worries, everything is allright, as Bob Marley´s song says!! Rosemary said: Thanks for showing us around

Posted in Kontxa, La Concha

Visitors from Australia

Cloudy and dark, but fantastic day the one our greeter Bere spent on June 15 with Anne and her “aussie” friends walking in Donosti. Some of them were musicians in their youth, so they remembered Australian bands such as the

Posted in Gipuzkoa Plaza, Sin categoría

Travellers from Australia

On June 13th we had a visit from Australia. The family consisted of parents, a son and his girlfriend. Really friendly people. Our greeter Jose Luis picked them up at 11 am at their accommodation in Duque de Mandas street.

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Posted in Cidery, Food, Gastronomic society, Old Town, pintxos, Zurriola

Voyageurs du Quebec

De Châteauguay – Quebec (Canada) Michelle nous a rendu visite avec Dominique et ses amis France et Normand. Ils n’ont pas arrêté de prendre des photos partout; nous avons visité le zone romantique de Donosti et nous avons commencé un jeu

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Travellers from Scotland

Jim and Kennagh, father and daughter, visited our city with our greeter Maite. They walked around the city centre, Gipuzkoa Square, Tabakalera, Igeldo Mountain and the Comb of the Wind. They were interested in culture in general and the Basque one

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