Although San Sebastián has a slew of "pensiones" in the old town that would no doubt have been cheaper to stay at, all of the streets there are pedestrian only, and parking in San Sebastian as a whole is a nightmare. The Terminus is located right next to the train station and I got a space practically right across the street in a little off street lot. You have to keep a paid receipt, purchased from a nearby machine, on your dash. It's free from 8PM to 9AM also for the two hour lunch break. If you want to leave it there, you have to keep your receipt current. That means dropping by every three hours to pay and get another. My room is very large with two twin beds, a writing desk and chair, a vinyl covered bench/luggage rack. Although there are no passenger trains arriving or departing after bedtime, I figured that freight trains or trains speeding by headed for other destinations might bother me, I didn't hear any at all until morning. My bed was comfortable and I slept well. The bathroom is fine and the shower was great. The bracket was located quite high on the end wall and it swiveled up and down for easy adjustment. The desk clerks were very friendly. Room cost was 43 euros, tax included.
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