Formule 1 Bilbao Barakaldo
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... lunch at the other day
because the food was so good! Then, I went to a pastry shop and had a donut
completely filled with crème. Then, I found a creperie in a square with a big,
gothic cathedral. It was so perfect, sitting there in the sun, watching people go
by and listening to the cathedral bells ring while slowly enjoying a nutella
crepe and thick, rich and creamy hot chocolate. I explored a few flea markets.
It was Sunday so all of the stores were ...
... over the water. fishermen floated far away and occasional cormorant splash landed. Abandoned lake side buildings looked quite appealing, but the fishing theme was so strong in town, it was soon apparent that it wasn't quite the place for us. must be lovely in the summer, pedalloes, ice cream and canoeing, but the rest of the year would be peppered with competition fishing and talk of tackle. I was relieved I'd resisted a swim on finding a large notice appearing to ...
... bits and pieces of what was once in there... canons, posters, tapestries rotting and falling from the walls. It's recently been sold at auction for 1.7m euros and folks are speculating it will be re-opened soon as a hotel (?) or some other tourist destination, but for today we can just admire it from the outside.
When we get back to the house we take a dip in the pool to cool off. Molly loads up the van with part of ...
... and polite, and only rarely did we encounter heavy traffic. Some of the secondary roads were very scenic, for example around Ronda and north of Burgos, and it would have been nice to have had more time to stop in the villages. Some of the expressways were the least crowded I can remember since years ago from Lahore to Islamabad. Is this one reason why Spain is bankrupt? In the cities, however, it was hard to manoeuvre a vehicle containing ...
... into our stay in Bilbao. Our flat is great! It is clean and big and has lots of window for fresh air. We have a small fresh fish market across the street, and a fruit and veggie store 2 doors down (the figs and mangos are SO yummy) – there are charceutaries like starbucks – one on every block – and no shortage of prosciutto and baguettes sandwiches which seem to be everywhere as a snack. People are friendly if I can manage to get ...