Hôtel Les Almadies
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... cutting sheets of plywood and man-handling them up 30 feet to Aaron on the roof. It certainly was good for building muscle and trimming off extra weight.
Another help we planned for the first couple of days was to send our backpacks forward with a service provided by local entrepreneurs. This also proved to be a good idea particularly in light of the fierce winds we encountered on day 2 while crossing the Pyrenees, but I am getting ahead ...
... that you could pick and blow the seeds off and a flower that looks like a strawberry clover flower but it's not Eventually ran into an ancient bridge with two men fishing. Just hanging out and sucking in the beautiful scenery and saw an old tombstone in the bush - dated 1895. Blessed with history.
Returned heading for coffee and discovered we could walk on the Citadel wall - ummmm yes I did - can't help myself - the kid in me ...
I think my original post is fine. Having navigated my way to Haro the day before, I wasn't too concerned about taking the bus again. San Sebastian was a nice town, but I'm glad I chose Bilbao because of the Guggenheim. Had I known about the Jazz festival I would have changed towns for one night and stayed up all night on the beach, then taken the train from there to Madrid, but It wasn't advertised in Bilbao and I ...
... like it was 40 degrees. Actually I should clarify, thousands of people in bikini bottoms. I've never seen so many ancient ta ta's swinging my way. When I'm 75 years old I hope I have that much self confidence! I know it's a European thing, but wow. Then again, I should take my mum's advice (given to me in France when I said it was strange how they'd cracked an egg on the pizza we ordered), "Ellen, when you travel to other countries, they do things differently". Ummmm, ...
... shops for quite a while before heading towards the beach and going to a small café where we had a weird cappuccino and thick hot chocolate. Next we walked by the beach and up the winding slightly steep path to the top of a mountain that had a big Jesus statue on top of it (resembling the one you see in photos from Rio). At the top of the mountain there ...