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My misconceived idea that if we went up through the mountains along the Pyrenees that it would be cooler. Today is the hottest day we have encountered so far. I don't know how hot as I have no wifi or reception but I'm guessing 35 to 40 degrees. We left Pamplona and it was cool and pleasant but instead of taking Kerry through to Zaragoza I instead chose to go up through the mountains to ...
We leave Bilbao this morning heading to the Pyrenees region to Bielsa where we will be staying in the Parador de Bielsa. In route we stop in Pamplona known for its annual " Enciero" or running of the Bulls tradition. Hemingway's "The Sun Also Rises" helped publicize a practice that begun in the 16th century of running Bulls the half-mile from Pamplona's corral to is bullfighting ring. Upon arriving ...
... some previously travelled back roads to end up in the fantastic mediaeval town of Ainsa. We stayed in a cute hotel in the Plaza mayor which dominates this tiny, picture postcard town. Our attic bedroom window provided a view to die for. The town was pretty dead [in more ways than one] as tourist season doesn't get going for a month or so. We thus had a quite dining night a nice restaurant on the ...
... its a toss for the couch - this thing has double bunks! What the? Check out the pic of the Pyrenees from our apartment.
If you go straight up the freeway we could be in Barcelona in 3 hours....but what would we do there? ....so tomorrow we'll explore a little more west and South of here on the Spanish side of the mountains (can't take the car out of the country - France is about 40km away) and find digs in the mountains before heading on to Barcelona on ...
... in Spain was much better. As were the roads. What was intriguing is the huge number of abandoned buildings without a roof or windows being taken over by the greenery. These ranged from farmhouses to previous expensive homes to castles. I think the cost of maintenance just couldn't compare with starting again. We did visit various towns with preserved old buildings. One of which ...