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... Anyway, the third was not as grand, but pretty grand, it also held the towns tapestry museum. They were big and interesting, N and I ventured upstairs,
and strangely it seemed, while it was part of the museum, tourists aren't told they can go there. Meh...
After a three course lunch and a nap, all we could have for dinner was some churros and chocolate (oh well). We wandered around some more and saw lots ...
... a picture everyone has seen, but the classic photo must be taken from the top of a nearby building! Nonetheless, it is imposing, even on a dull day rather than in brilliant sunlight, and don't forget the dog, 40 feet high and covered in flowers! We entered and looked through the galleries but felt we did not see much art. 2 levels were an exhibition in progress so ...
... top floor. Back into the Old Town for lunch at Gau Txori, same place as Sunday. Out on the metro to Algorta to meet Larry. Pouring with rain but walk along the prom. Back to Euskalduna to see Raphael, Spanish Cliff Richard. Lets just say it's an experience! Drinks in old town ...
... beautiful, dangerous mountains.
When flying into Madrid and looking out over Spain, I thought it seemed like there were many small towns separated by large distances of curving highway. I thought it may only appear that way because of the height I was at in the plane, but I found on the bus that this was exactly the case. Small towns were packed tightly together, and then there would be several miles without anything – no factories, no farms, just land.
... all the way without the dreaded excess charges that we thought that we'd incur being 15kg's heavier than our nominated flight limit. The boxes survived okay too though my front forks were starting to poke through the box in their corner - eek if they'd have to survive another flight or two.
We got to Bilbao city okay after trying to get our bikes onto two tour company buses but after getting ...