AS Express Altube Hotel Zuia
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... playing, young adults flirting and grandparents drinking all throughout the plaza. Neighbors from several blocks around congregate in the plaza in the evenings. I'm not sure when evening ends, but the tired American tourists had to hit the hay since we wanted to be up for the morning flea market on Sunday. The modern sections of Bilbao have undergone a resurrection since the early eighties when most of the city was blighted ...
... town"Laguardia" and meandered our way through the medieval streets, non cars, plenty of tapas and views of tapestry vineyards across the foothills. Back to Haro for a beer and G n T in the main Placa before heading home - dinner was with the locals full of hustle and bustle and at last our first meal of paella.
The wine is delicious finishing a glass before bed now.
Hola to all til next entry - off to the beach tomorrow
Fiesta in Basauri. Wood chopping competition, hard work but fun, ox dragging heaviest weight, seemed cruel. Back to Bilbao for lunch at Iruna's. Best of the week lovely Rioja! Back to hotel for sleep. Back out to Basauri for evening celebrations. Dynamic fireworks in the street, traditional Basque music and dancing where previously wood chopping. The fair is in the lower part of town but we find it ...
... on the exited youngsters dancing around down below. We presume this is not vintage wine. Afterwards city officials launch huge rubber balloons over the Plaza Mayor to the delight of all concerned. This event is followed by concerts of traditional and popular music into the wee hours.
The next day we are scheduled to leave, but first we re-visit the Plaza Mayor where they will release ...
... late last night so we had planned to head there however we hadn't heard back from them by 11am (things don't happen over here until at least 10am) so we decided to head to Olite to visit a lovingly restored palace/castle (restored because left in ruins by locals after French invasions early 1800s). Our lovely google GPS lady got us there easily in 90mins - I nearly love the Spanish roads as much as their trains (although Pablo is doing all of the driving!) and ...