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... through the morning commuters to get up north, we arrived at our Hostel Surf Backpackers, with its location along a small road with some small bars and restaurants. Upon checking in, we met Flor from Argentina who greeted us with open arms and her bubbly attitude and who gave us the low down on what to see and do in Bilbao!
Our morning began with a (aka:many, many) cups of coffee to get us through the sightseeing day ahead. We began ...
... and I love my host Mama, but I needed a change of scenery, a break, and a sense of family.
Oihane’s family welcomed me like one of their own – and I loved spending time with them. Marie-Carmen taught me how to make Spanish Tortilla, and even though I was horrified by the amount of olive oil needed to prepare it (about ¾ of a liter!!!) I loved laughing and talking in the kitchen as we made it.
Juan-Jo spent so much time answering all ...
... so excited when Kate got assigned there! PLUS there is a direct bus from San Vicente to Bilbao...perfecto!
While I love my little San Vicente, I was looking forward to spending the long weekend in the city!
Some of the BEST of the Weekend:
1. Finally buying a COAT at H&M
2. Finally sharing a Voll Damm with Kate after almost 3 years!
3. Going to the Guggenheim and affirming ...
... en este año tan nuevo fuimos (yo y la Evelin de Funes) a pesar del mal tiempo a Vitoria para pasar el fin de semana allí. Llegamos a mediodía del sábado a esta ciudad que está muy cerca de Tafalla (y Funes) y echamos un primer vistazo a la ciudad. Gracias a la siesta española, las calles y las tiendas eran despobladas de modo que podíamos ir de compras con mucha tranqulidad, que era un éxito total (¿verdad, Evelin?).
Después de nuestras compras queríamos comprar ...
... and wanting to spend more time at the hotel, I headed to Logroño, the main city in La Rioja. I didn´t know what to expect, and was a little disappointed. To be fair, I arrived on Saturday late afternoon and the town was dead. I went to Calle Laurel, the main street where all the tapas bars were, but no one was out. I was too early for the night scene. It reminded me of when Dean and I showed up in Perugia. There was no one ...