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... Coast, overlooking the Bay of Biscay. On arrival at our hotel, we set off in search of breakfast and spent some time assembling and checking our bikes for tomorrow’s start. Tonight we will gather together for dinner and a trip ...
... Army, with the International Brigades, gradually took control.
The inhabitants lived in the cellars of the houses. Unable to surface, living among rotting bodies and wounded soldiers with no water. Gangrene, parasites and disease were rife. Reinforcements were sent by the Nationalists from Zaragoza but they got bogged down en route. The remaining 600 residents decided to make a break for it one night, but the ...
... d'Harrieta and descended down to the hamlet of Urdos. We thought we had reached our goal for the day but were informed by a friendly local that the hotel was another 2 km down the road! We did find it, however, took a much needed shower and spent a pleasant hour on their very shady terras having a local beer and wine. Stats: Distance: 17.8 kms Total ascent: 1087 meters Total descent: 1054 meters Hans and ...
... We are so desperate now we have resorted to taking selfies. The other parents aren't amused. The countryside is neat for the first 15 minutes. But now everything looks old and wore down. The boys are trying to teach Katie euchre. That's funny to watch. Coop is crashed in the back of the train trying to stay far far away. Afraid we will ask him to go for wine. Laurie and I took the trip to the beverage car. Interesting trip. We traveled thru several ...
... Grandma Foster's address book many years before.
We made our way down towards the main square in town, on the port. It was lunchhtime and there were many locals sitting having lunch and a drink. We stopped at a little place- non Anglais!- and ordered some thing from the counter (no menus) which the lovely man who didn't speak any English told me was 'fish'. As was the next plate and the next and the next! I think 'fish' was ...