La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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... The staff guided us to the level we were to park and secured our bikes. We then found our cabin dumped our bags, helmets etc and went back on deck as we had started to leave the harbour.
After seeing the passing HMS Victory (Horatio Nelson's Ship) which seems so small in comparison to the other vessels that surround it we passed Spinnaker Tower which incidently has an on-site cafe and a ...
In contrast to yesterday leaden skies and rain so a day around town. We start with coffee at Arenal then watch some of the cooking competition before walking across town to the Fine Art Gallery. Warm and dry we meander through the galleries enjoying the El Greco's and the exhibition of the Rochelt family, talented supporters of the arts at the beginning of 20th century. The rain is easing as we walk back into town for leisurely lunch at Arana after which we make our way ...
I successfully made it to the bus station, something I honestly didn't think was going to happen. I had a good time with Addy even though we spent most of the time being lost, but what is being lost when everything is new? After she met me at the airport, WASTED, we went to the hotel in downtown bilbao. It was really nice and was in a good area. We got ready and went to old town bilbao which isn't really old but a newish collection of buildings that ...
... bus in front of the Guggenheim Museum to get an overview of the city. After making a complete loop, we got off, had some pintxos and beer and walked around to further explore the city
6/5 Took the bus to San Sebastian. I found San Sebastian a very serene and romantic place. We strolled by the beach and later stopped at one of the cafes for coffee and pastry. We still had some extra time left so we decided to hop on the bus again and head for Pamplona, ...
... and was amazed at how many people were walking about, I realized it was Sunday and perhaps that was normal. Not all the shops were open but lots of bars and restaurants with tables outside in the streets. After settling in my lovely room I opened the doors to the false patio(very old building), and laid down for a nap. The street below was pedestrian only and there was a lot of noise echoing up to my room, which ...