Pension Don Claudio
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I officially had the worst night ever in a hostel last night. I had met one of the kiwi guys who was staying in my room last night before they went out and I thought he seemed like a nice guy. He even said “we’ll probably be coming in late tonight but we’ll try to keep the noise down for you.” That’s all you can really …
... and "I can feel the blood". It was just super interesting and was my favorite. Like you could feel the stress of someone going through a rough time. After the museum we walked to the Basilica but it was closed for siesta. We then went and got churros with hot chocolate and the hot chocolate here is incredible. It's super thick and delicious, almost like hot yogurt. We walked a total of 14 miles today and it was all worth it. Bilbao was very beautiful and reminded me of a bigger San ...
... drink (beer or wine) and maybe a pinchos, and off they go to the next location. And that seems to be fairly consistent everywhere we've been so far in Spain.
On our only full day in Zaragoza, we explored the town a little more, we visited three churches, and some might ask "why?". Well, they were all so different. The first was a local church, there was a lot of restoration going on, but it wasn't super fancy, yet it ...
... diving to sort it out. On Sunday morning, we went across the river on the transporter bridge of Portugalete to go to Mass in the Santa Maria basilica. It was once again a beautiful church and the service was in Spanish. I managed to understand most of the sermon so that was nice. After a few weeks in Spain, I have noticed that I understand more and more and I have even called the Orange helpline and understood most of what the person said which is quite ...
... pens and scraps of paper. Visitors were encouraged to
write down their wishes and hang them on the tree. My friend Sarah and I put up
one that said, "We wish for nothing because we have everything we need."
I got a delicious goat cheese and caramelized onion sandwich in the Guggenheim bistro
and a Basque cake. Mmm so good! Outside were two works by Jeff Koons-"Tulips"
and "The Puppy," which is a 60-foot tall statue of a puppy made of flowers,