Hotel URH Palacio De Oriol
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... long the bus ride is and then I knew he wasn't feeling well. I know I shouldn't laugh but I think it's the funniest thing ever on how he went from having so much energy and spirit to "oh **** I'm going to vomit". In his defense though the roads were very windy and our ears kept popping. But we arrived at Bilbao and got breakfast at a cafe and it was delicious. Like all the orange juice here is fresh. They put oranges in a machine and juice it. Got a great breakfast with coffee, juice, ...
It was a nice easy trip again from Getaria to Bermeo, although the wind wasn't exactly being our friend and we had to use the motor most of the way.
Theoretically there's supposed to be a new marina in Bermeo; we checked its website and it had pictures and everything, but when we got there there was nothing of the sort. However, there was a high and intimidating looking harbour wall which yachts are apparently allowed to tie up to, so we set ...
On Friday 4 October we drove further eastward along the coast to a small town called Mundaka. This is a pretty famous surf spot and is called the best wave in Europe, and in the top ten in the world so Ross tells me. It is unique because it is a hollow left hand break that peels down an estuary with barrels that last up to ten seconds... if you can't tell those are Ross’s words, not mine. We arrived, set up camp ...
... the ground, and the key to the center of the city is to know how far away from the zero you are.
After walking around and seeing the highlights of the buildings in Madrid (and getting dehydrated in the aptly named Plaza del Sol), we finished off our tour at the Palacio Real, the royal palace. Jose Ramon, a professor at Deusto, told me that the current king, Juan Carlos I, does not live there, but in a more modern building just outside the city. The palace is now used ...
... piece that was literally an orange painting next to a yellow painting. Its so strange. And then some ******** about how doing it makes the artist involved in the painting of it and....its just not normal. There main exhibit was of this dude that went around and picked up garbage from New York, cans and stuff like that. And then stuck it together. Then called it art. Then sold it for millions. Its weird. So anyway that experience took up a few hours of my day before we headed ...