La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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... IT IS SO DIFFERENT, AND I LOVE THE LANDSCAPE, HOMES ,DOORS, AND THE COFFEE. WOULD I COME BACK ?? NOT TO WALK AGAIN.HA HA THE EXPERIENCE WAS WORTH THE PAIN, WHEN WE OFFER IT UP..........ALL WORTH IT. SO I HAVE A FEW PICTURES I AM SENDING ON TO YOU ALL, KEEP ME IN YOUR THOUGHTS AS I DO YOU . BLESSINGS AND PRAYERS TO YOU FROM GLACIA, SPAIN I DID MEET A LOVELY COUPLE FROM ENGLAND, AND THEY ARE THINKING OF COMING TO CANADA IN THE FALL, I HOPE ...
Blue skies for our last day in Bilbao. Mo goes to get tickets for the bullfight and we meet in the cafe by Arenal. It's busy and some of last nights revellers are still out! There are lots more entrants for the cooking plus a wood sawing and cart lifting competition with the midday concert in the background. My little rucksack has split so we look around, find and haggle for new one from a South American seller. We then make for Cafe Iruna's ...
Today we had a wander around the streets of Palermo before heading to the airport for our flight to Bilbao via Barcelona. Good flights however Gavin's suitcase didn't make it, we are hopeful it will be waiting for him in San Sebastián on Sunday. We walked around the Guggenheim which is certainly an impressive building then Helen found a great restaurant where we had a lovely meal. They were extremely friendly the food was good and it was ...
... the streets were humming again.
The walk heading to the coast port of Portugulete from here is about 10 Km, is industrial and very boring, the book advises to take the subway. As I did at least 10 Km walking today, that will make up for the subway ride when I leave.
I am hoping for shorter distance walks between albergues and more choice of where I can stay. There are lots of pilgrims and the albergues fill up ...
... kids playing, the four of us sat and made a lovely meal of some squid, cheese, and a Spanish-style pizza. I was so glad to finally eat some Spanish food, and have some beers in hand, that several hours passed before we knew it. We had been warned that the Chueca district was not a safe place to be at night, so we walked back to the metro station and headed home. On our way into the hotel, we found what I call “the Nebraskans”. They aren’t all from the University ...