- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Didn't hang around much this morning as we had a ferry to catch. Thankfully Winnie started up first time and we headed off to Bilboa. It’s a shame we didn’t get to explore the town itself as we’ve heard good reviews of the area. Maybe next time? Got to the ferry terminal, but some of the ferry staff were on strike in sympathy with air control staff. Needless to say we were running a little late, but I ...
... was fluent in Spanish, Basque and French. I guess that shows the type of people who normally turn up on her doorstep. We got checked in with some pointing and the liberal use of the google translate app on the phone we were sorted. The app that lets you type full sentences in and roughly translates everything was the main way we communicated over the next week, although she did teach us some basic Spanish where she could. She however had no interest in anything English.
Grey, cloudy and rainy seems to be the start to our days on this cruise and today is no exception. We have booked a taxi tour through the information desk in the terminal for 10am. €25 for an hour's tour of Getxco for up to 4 people, the driver doesn't speak English but has a CD giving a commentary.
We start at the Biskaya Bridge of which only the towers are original, the crosspiece was replaced dafter the ...
... this option today and book a taxi tour for tomorrow to se the bridge. When we reach the funicular although it is self service there is an attendant who puts our 20c into the machine and opens the gates for us!
The town is fairly run down, a lot of graffiti and not many shops. They seem to keep the usual Spanish hours closing from 12.30 till 3.30. We find a lovely coffee though which only ...
... and definitely part of the Wow factor. While I was riding their tram, I noticed a festival. I made my way over to check it out. Lucky me it was a wine festival. There were probably 25 Vineyards with booths. For 7 euros you received a fancy wine goblet with tickets for 7 glasses of wine. You just walked up to the booths of your choice, plopped down your glass, and they filled it up, seven times. And the very best ...