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Firstly, as predicted, last evening we went to The Gift (which was described as a fantasy) and left after 5 minutes. Met a couple from Treasure Island, Florida which is where Nanny and Poppa wintered for many years (St. Petersburg) and they are about to become Diamond cruisers with RCI which means 80 plus days. They have cruised everywhere and can you believe have never heard of the Villages.
Now to Bilbao. We were ...
... for its Roman ruins. While some are in allocated areas others just 'pop up’ along the street in among the more recent buildings. They may not be as impressive as what you will find in Italy but it was still worth the effort to come and have a look.
My first two weeks in Spain have been fantastic and everything l was hoping for except for my Spanish which needs to improve – need to get past Hola and Grathyas. Let’s hope the next two weeks are just as ...
The sea was relatively caln by the time we got into Bilbao but it was good to be back on terra firma. We had spend a few days in Bilbao on our last trip so we headed straight out of town and along the coast to Santander. With the aid of a GPS navigation app and an old fashioned paper map book we managed to find our way to the campsite on the north side of the city up at Cabo ...
Sarlat - Agen - San Sebastián - Bilbao Monday April 6th Woke up to a perfect blue sky and a weather forecast of nearly 20 degrees for the next few days. We set off to explore. We hadn't been to the Dordogne or this far south in France before and it certainly is beautiful around here, there seems to be a chateau around every corner, an amazing church or abbey in every village and most of the houses are made from a deep honey coloured stone and are all individual and ...
... on speeding in Spain, with the taxi driver cruising at 150km (in an 80km zone...). We arrived at a beautiful hotel in the centre of town and checked into our 3rd floor room with a beautiful view of the main roundabout. Bags down and it was pintxos time! We navigated our way to a restaurant called Panko and ate some of the best tapas we've ever had. Photo attached. Cutting into a huge piece of fried potato, only to realise it was goat's cheese was a highlight, as was the array ...