Arriaga

Ribera, 3, Bilbao, Basque, 48005, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Bilbao

RIOJA country - the long haul

A travel blog entry by roundaboutus

5

... sprightly hounds, ***** and two fabulously cute pups were as bright and excitable as us on our first morning in Spanish sunshine. All was well. With wheetabix and coffee brewed on a bench on the town promenade and utensils washed in the town drinking fountain, we were ready to explore!

Cervera didn't disappoint. Turns out the pocket sized town is hemmed in within crenelated walls, with long views stretching out over plains and terracing. narrow rat runs ...

Work Turns Into Pleasure

A travel blog entry by hstephens123

7

... convenient flight/travel combination was for him to fly into Bilbao and I would take the hour bus ride up the coast after the Finance meetings were over on Friday afternoon to meet him.

The Finance offsite in Santander went swimmingly with a great deal of conversation about the wheres and what fors, much questioning by me (while I was personally impressed with my budding work-Spanish speaking ability) interspersed with multi-hour lunches ...

Today I'm cheating

A travel blog entry by oldfool

2
11

... me from falling asleep. I awoke some time later and realized it was very quiet, got up and looked out to see no one in the streets. It was after 2:00 in the afternoon so I ventured out for a walk and a coffee. The restaurants were busy but all the people in the streets have disappeared, 2:00 being lunch time in Spain. I walked around until evening and noticed the people coming back out as the afternoon progressed and by ...

Blog Number 3: Bilbao - Pintxos and The Guggie

A travel blog entry by sampsus

7
10

... We stopped for a coffee on the way. I think I like breakfast pintxos even more than normal pintxos. Bacon, sausage meat, aoli and sun dried tomato relish in a small home made baguette is the only way i start my days now.  In the 10 minutes it took us to drink our coffee, no less than 5 people had come to sit at the bar, eaten and left - one of whom accompanied their pintxos with a breakfast beer! The Guggenheim was incredible - an architectural and engineering triumph. It's ...

The start

A travel blog entry by kstosch

3

... across the river, is the Guggenheim. The University was first opened in 1886 as a Jesuit university. There are many interesting things to see, including many rooms that are only used for tours or for very special occasions such as graduating or defending your thesis.

If you read any article or travel book it will probably tell you that Bilbao is a very ugly industrial city. That may have ...

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