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... electricals, both screws snapped off and unusuable evermore. There was nothing for it but to go for the duct tape again, oh the beautiful duct tape, strap it up and ride on. In Bayonne we found the sought after Honda garage that would supply Peter with a fine new brake lever, the guy fitting it telling us how he broke his finger racing track bikes but would never be so stupid to race on roads like we do in NI. "Joey Dunlop, yeah!" he said. Onwards we went. A short distance ...
... we have all week!) And as it had clouded up, we decided to just stay in town and walk around a bit. So, we got on the bus and headed down the river to the Calatrava bridge. (Same Spanish architect that designed the Milwaukee Art Museum.) took some pictures, but as you can see it was a pretty cloudy day. So, the Guggenheim museum isn't as shiny as it is on a sunny day. We then found a cafe to have lunch (I wasn't kidding about that slow ...
... as we do, we shopped. We got ourselves lots of good food and drink and at a fraction of the cost of eating out (something we still haven't done since the Macdonalds by the Louvre!).
Day 3 we decided to visit the weird and wonderful Guggenheim museum in Bilbao (Joan pronounces Bilbao hilariously). This involved some super fun driving through the mountains (much more fun than my usual driving around Cheam!) and some ...
... window open to enjoy the fresh air and listen to the sounds of the waves of the Atlantic as they crash into the Bay.
This morning, we finally slept in! YIPPEE Once we got going, we took another quick tour of town, to see it by day. Around mid-day, we took the 15 minute train ride to Guernika. We thought there may be an opportunity there to taste some of the region's white wines, but nothing panned out.
Our stop at Guernika's Peace Museum gave us ...
... you wouldn't know it from the way some of the Spaniards were dressed), but it was still nice to be on the beach soaking up the sun!
I cannot remember if I mentioned this before, but soccer (fútbol in Spanish) is a huge sport here. The Bilbao Athletic Club, as the team is called, has a large number of dedicated fans and the stadium is always full on game day. My friends and I decided to get tickets to the game against Zaragoza (ring a bell, Dad?) ...