Hotel Holiday Inn Bilbao
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... The bus is about 1 hour and 15 minutes to Bilbao. I noticed the landscape is mostly rolling hills, with small farm houses, really pretty. On arrival to Bilbao, I transferred to Eusktren to Guggenheim Museum. Guggenheim museum is designed by the famous architect Frank Gehry, who also designed the Disney concert hall in Los Angeles. The building is really spectacular, so I did a nice walk all around the building. Since I am a bit short on time, ...
... were amazed as the architecture and the details of the city which are incredible. It seems like a hybrid between San Fransisco and Seattle. And absolutely stunning! In Paris a man told me there were three ways to see, one with your eyes, one with your mind and lastly with your feelings. This has been a great city to practice seeing with your feelings as each building, bridge ...
Leaving San Sebastián behind the next leg of our journey was traversing the northwest coast of Spain along the Bay of Biscay. This coastline is dotted with gorgeous beaches and towns and is where the locals like to holiday- always a good sign for a good road trip! Driving west to our overnight stop of Bilbao we dropped in at lots of beach towns including Zaurutz and the tiny hamlet of Elantxobe. Elantxobe is a ...
... Bilbao area. A little more than half are in town, and a few are scattered around the surrounding area. Including a couple that are living right by the ocean! Our host, Maite, is a language teacher at two different institutes, and still has to work through next week. But she was at the station to meet us and bring us to our home for the next week. Granted, we did not arrive home before being screeched at by a woman ...
... Rick Steves recommended neighborhood of the 'Casco Viejo' for an excellent meal with lots of olive oil. You know one thing that is really cool about dining out in Spain? Lots of the places where the locals dine, when people from one table get up to leave after their meal, they wish everyone around them, one table at a time, a good meal and say amiably, 'see you later.' Way to make you feel like one of the regular ...