Pension Aldamar

c/ Aldamar, 2, San Sebastian - Donostia, 20004, Spain
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Trip to San Sebastian

by alweis

We'll be in San Sebastian May 17-21, 2005. I am taking my digital camera and will need to unload pictures as, I'm sure, the memory card will be full.
Is there service in town to do that, i.e unload to the CD or other (eg USB drive) storage?

Aso it will be nice to meet some local VT members, for a chat, a walk in town, a meal together or quick Basque language lesson.
Thanks in advance.

RE: Trip to San Sebastian

by mrjemm

I couldn't say for San Sebastian exactly, but in Spain last year (Barcelona and Valencia), when I needed to, I had no problem finding shops who'd transfer my pics to CD- very cheaply- 2Euros including disc. It seemed that most photographic developing shops provided this service. San Seb is a very popular tourist destination, so it's pretty certain it'll be offered here too.

A lovely city, but I still prefer Bilbao... ;)


RE: RE: Trip to San Sebastian

by zizu

Hi there!
you´ll find many photo shops with this service, and you don´t need any USB drive in case you have a extern memory card. But I think the price is higher that 2 euro, Mrjemm. I think it costs about 4-5 euro.
Wellcome to Donostia, and be sure we´ll some pintxos and drink a lot of cyder or txakoli. May is a nice month in Donostia, and of course, in Bilbao.

RE: RE: Trip to San Sebastian

by alweis

Thanks for response!


RE: RE: Trip to San Sebastian

by alweis

Thanks for response. I may take another memory card with me.

Mila esker!

RE: RE: Trip to San Sebastian

by Wiley_Coyote

hey alweis,
i'm here in san sebastian til the end of may. i'm not exactly local, but always up for a pint of beer with a fellow vt member. lemme know when you get here.

RE: RE: Trip to San Sebastian

by alweis

Hi, Wiley

Somehow in a pre-vacation rush I've missed your invitation. Sorry.
We just came back from Spain couple of days ago. Spent four days in Donostia between other things. Maybe we did see you on the beach kissing a pretty girl.
In any case thanks again.
I"ll try to post my pictures a bit later.

Travel Tips for San Sebastián

Don't forget to see if possible...

by lutxu

There are several beautiful fisher towns near San Sebastian that deserve a visit: Pasajes San Juan, Hondarribi (also with fortress), Orio, Zarautz, Getaria, Zumaia...
In the city, visit the Cristina-Enea Park, the Ayete Park with their palaces...and another interesting view of the city from the Ulia Mountain with a nice drink from the Bar-Restaurant there.
Another thing you should not forget is going up to the Igeldo mountain in the railway funicular that departs from near the 'Peine del Viento' by 'Ondarreta' beach.

Castillo de la Mota

by andal13

Castillo de la Mota is a castle situated at the top of Mount Urgull; it was built at 12th century. Put your most comfortable shoes on, climb the hill, visit the ruins of the castle and enjoy the most awesome sight of San Sebastián!

El Castillo de la Mota está situado en la cima del monte Urgull; fue construido en el siglo XII. Ponte tus zapatos más cómodos, trepa el cerro, visita las ruinas del castillo y disfruta la más impresionante vista de San Sebastián!

El Kursaal

by mikey_e

The Kursaal is a cultural centre and exhibition space across from the Alde Zaharra. There are Kursaals in various European cities, but to be honest I am not entirely sure whether it is a foundation or some other sort of eminence grise which gives rise to these sorts of installations. The one in San Sebastian dominates its side of the Urumea, across from the Maria Cristina. When I was in Donostia, I visited a great exhibition of modern Latin American artwork sponsored by the Bolivarian Government of Venezuela (hmm, no political motivation behind this specific exhibit, was there?). It was free, which I thought would mean it had 4 mediocre paintings, but in fact the exhibition space is quite large, and the exhibit contained many interesting paintings, including a Frieda Kahlo and a Diego Rivera that was not a mural. I believe they have rotating exhibits that are generally free, in addition to musical performances and other sorts of shows. There are also a few shops where you can buy souvenirs and surf gear on the main floor.

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Real Sociedad de Futbol v. FC Barcelona

by bushes39

"Aupa Txurri-Urdin"

The first professional European soccer game I saw was between Real Sociedad and Barcelona. It was a wonderful game. Good action, great goals, and the home team won!

It was pouring rain that night, but it didn't really affect the play. Passing was crisp and people weren't slipping everywhere.

Despite Real's dominating the game, Barcelona took the lead when Kluivert took a low, long distance shot that Westerveld tipped of the post, but he couldn't avoid the ball as it rebounded off his back and into the net. It was Barca's first shot.

There was some violence just near me in the stands as guards rushed into a crowd of Barca fans. The game when into halftime with the score 1-0.

After the half, Real Sociedad continued to dominate, and they were gifted with an equalizer from Kovacevic.

That wasn't all for Real Sociedad, as Kovacevic scored a second goal, and Real ran out with the 2-1 victory.


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Address: c/ Aldamar, 2, San Sebastian - Donostia, 20004, Spain