Gran Hotel Puente Colgante
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Hotel Puente Colgante Portugalete
Noch einmal bequem ausruhen und gut frühstücken, bevor in den nächsten Wochen Unterkunft und Verpflegung etwas bescheidener ausfallen.
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... arrived home to find the fridge stocked, house aired, bunting , banners and by complete coincidence, a vase of happy sunflowers ! Thanks Mrs B x
So that's it . All over. What a blast ! Muchisimas gracias España. Hasta la próxima xxx
Finally, to John, as Ernest Hemingway said 'Never take a trip with someone you don't love'
No worries there xx
... like anything else. The highway signs have been always in Basque and sometimes but not always in Spanish. It's been like being in two different countries while still being in Spain. And both the Catalunyans and the Basques have made efforts to have their own autonomous countries.
Amazingly today, though it clouded up when we arrived, it never did rain, and the temperature was about 70 - warmer than normal for this time of year.
... roads were going up & down, beautiful scenery and amazing views. Unfortunately during the 10 km uphill climb, poor old 13 (the car) who has not been running as well as we would have wanted it to was getting quite tired and Gav was getting more worried about something going really wrong so once we had crossed the border to Portugal we stopped at a camp ground near Cheves which is where we are ...
... out, is having the same clash of cultures as the one I've mentioned before. A sassy girl with sassy friends who like to cause trouble. I haven't been here in 7 years, and after that many trips to the warm and hospitable Latin American countries, you forget how spaniards can be. It's not that they aren't nice, but they are not what you'd call accommodating, either. For example, if my host lady makes one more joke about me ...
... the ****.
It was Ellys birthday, one of the two Alburians from Zaragoza, so decided to head out after a few pre drinks. We recruited this wicked dude from New Zealand who sails, so I know everything about yachts now, but he some really funny yarns about his boating adventures. We couldn't really find anyone else to go out with cos Pat, the other lad from Albury, actually scares people off. The German bloke kept a count, I think he managed to scare away 8 ...