La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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... saw last year. They really get the crowd singing especially to say goodbye to Marijaia. Getting hotter I buy a fan which helps a bit but as we walk across the bridge to Iruna the temperature is 37C. The restaurant at Iruna is full, Arana is closed but we find a small cafe, El Fogon de Karluka, opposite Don Paco that serves an excellent menu for 10.50. With a couple of ...
... I was staying. The Galdames was a great hike. We even met a 70 year old hiker who was amazingly fit and active at the top. His friend and I had some interesting conversations about team handball, the sport he loves...small world.
Onofre's girlfriend surprised him with a trip to south Spain. This meant I would be without my partner in crime for my last couple of days near Bilbao. Luckily some of his friends were amazing enough to invite me ...
... to the main entrance where there is quite an interesting little exhibition of great bulls (heads only) and bullfighters. There is one of tomorrow's bullfighters posing for photos with people who want them, he is surprisingly small. We then make our way back to the old town stopping at a couple of bars before watching the fireworks from the Arenal Bridge. Great again. Back then to the Ham Bar and Txomino Borillio. Need to get small gift for Joan ...
... lost on our way to the hotel and had to take a cab. I don't get nervous when I'm lost here as long as I don't have anywhere to be. Everything is new and beautiful and I'm so grateful to have been able to come here. The next morning we were going to go to San sebastian, but we weren't sure if we'd be able to meet up with her friends once we were there and I was carrying all my luggage with me. We decided to take a train to Getxo which is where ...
We went to the Museum of Modern Art, lucky for us it was free to the public on Sunday, the day we arrived in Bilbao. This placed captured interests of all ages with its hands on approach for the kids and exhibits by Yoko Ono. The hotel we stayed in was very clean and spacious and with the included dinner, we received a free bottle of Spanish red ...