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... facing the morning sun, was something special. The landscape changed after that to the mountains and gorges of Castilla y Leon and then the vineyards of La Rioja. We will save the vineyards for another trip.....
Our final Spanish destination was the Hotel Igeretxe in Getxo, supposedly a suburb of Bilbao . It's actually a pretty seaside town just across the bay from the ferry ...
... remind you of that if you accidentally slip.
I wanted to end to end this entry on that note, but I found that in my haste to write a decent entry for Cádiz, I neglected to verify some information passed along to me. I do not know that Columbus' voyages left from there. It was still an important port and magellan's voyage around the world did depart from Cádiz. I did hear though, that Christopher really enjoyed the pescado frito in the plaza de las flores there.
... with my
sister, Allegra because I know they will get along very well. Miller and
Courtney are very sweet and motherly. We went to a restaurant on the beach,
walking distance from the ship. The food, of course, was incredible! I had
several pintxos, a glass of white wine, and my entrée was gnocchi with
Bolognese sauce. It was such a lovely time-just a small group of friends
enjoying a long, leisurely, fantastic meal and admiring the sunset over the
... People were right when they told me it's a pretty place. We left San Sebastián and arrived back in Bilbao in time for dinner in the Old Town. Anjali knew a good restaurant so we went there for delicious posh burger and chips. Afterwards Anjali took me to see a place called Liverpool Café which has a big picture of The Beatles above the door - she knows I'm a fan! When we got back to Anjali's place she suggested we watch one of The Beatles' films ...
... this city, which offers not only a smile, but a warm welcoming of a city filled with vibrant architecture. A place which one must visit, if one is ever around this region, of bull running, wine, art and good food."
Bilbao, known as the industrial and the biggest city of the Basque country and also known as the capital city of the Biscay region. I was welcomed to this city with very hot weather, traveling in the underground wasn't the problem, but ...