Gran Hotel Durango
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... couple of other modern glass landmark buildings. They have somehow brought this town from post industrial decay in the 1990s to a thriving and vibrant state. Although there are lots of tourists washing through, the locals are all out on the streets enjoying good weather and a snack, whether in a cafe or sitting on a bench in one of the public squares. Small children frisk about under indulgent supervision and the general ambience is one of safety ...
... as characters (Mickey Mouse, Minions, Chucky from the Nightmare on Elm Street movies) and preachers. On my first full day l headed to Toledo which was the original capital of Spain before they moved it to Madrid, it was very hilly. Once l got to the main square l checked out the main sites of the Cathedral and Alcazar as well as the Jewish quarter. On my second full day l decided to stay in Madrid, I did a walking tour in the morning which showed the sites of the ...
Today was the day to visit the Guggenheim Muesum, a must see attraction from people who have been to Bilbao before.
Phil was at the front directing Soph and l towards the museum and before long we were there.
The building is an amazing piece of architecture that looks like a ship, designed by Frank Gehry. Inside numerous modern art pieces extend over a number of levels. Sophie was in her element once again as they provided audio guides in ...
... state of gentle preparation for the move, ended up in me, barely return from a trip to Exeter, hot footing it to Lille (France), Cambridge, back to London and then straight off to Bilbao.
And if in your head you're thinking, "Why is she complaining, the ungrateful cow", spare a thought for naturally disorganised people like me. I've left things all over three countries, and my brain nearly exploded.
I'm a bit like a bad luck charm for travel (and if you ...
I arrived by train from San Sebastian and easily found my hostel. The hostel was around 15 minute walk to the city centre. I spent around three days in Bilbao. I met a few people at the hostel although it was very quiet at the time. That afternoon I met Alexandra from Austria, we had a few sangrias together. She left later that evening to head home to Austria. The next day it was hot around 38 degrees and wanted to explore the city ...