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Arriving late on Monday evening we decided to have dinner in the 'hotel' which turned out to be more like a ghost town at this time of year with the restaurant and pool not fully operational. I had chicken and chips and felt right at home; we got an early night looking forward to some fine dining the following evening at Mugaritz.
... of some sort. I mad my way into the center of it where on the wall was inscribed, "“In memory of those courageous British soldiers who gave their life for the flag of their country and for the independence and the freedom of Spain".
Having accidentally discovered these things, I was intent on researching once I got back home. It turns out that the mountain has had military involvement ...
... by 8:40, that bus will take us straight to Bilbao."
It sounded like a good plan but we would have to hustle up and down the trail in order to get back to Bilbao in order to catch the last bus at 10:00 to San Sebastian. We estimated the logistics and agreed that we could make it work. At the next stop we all got off and waited for the bus to the next trail. We planned to meet back up with the Cubans at 8:30 before separating to explore the ...
... the all have large numbers on the outside. Level 1 starts with 1,2,3,4 etc level 2 with 50, 51, 52, 53 etc and level 3 with 99, 100, 101 102 etc Ok all you clever mathematicians out tbere - what is unusual about the sequence of numbers ? ( I will give you the answer tomorrow). We walk to the monumental Eglise Santa Maria Church. A 17th Century cathedral built in the posh part of town, for the rich. We turn down port road through an ...
... of two girls. This idea of expression of sexuality and desire is synonymous with the idea of being a man in Spaniard society, and has become expected and revered. As every girl walked past and was patronized I was shocked to see that they did not react in any way. Just like with the patriarchy that exists with Spanish grammar this ideal is also often seen in the behavior of Spaniard men and is furthered through the tolerance that exists within Spaniard women as ...