Hotel URH Palacio De Oriol
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... little desserts. Thinking that she'd have to take a cab back to drop off the groceries because she couldn't find her metro stop, she asked a stranger where the closest stop was. The helpful stranger had a big smile on her face as she pointed about five feet away to a sign with a huge M on it. Oh well, she made it home and had time to meet the boys for lunch. We'd stumbled on a lunch place yesterday that we couldn't get out of our ...
... About 1.15pm we were driven towards Bilbao and the countryside changed dramatically the closer we came to it. This is Basque Country and they are in charge here.
This area has a history of the people defending what is there’s and they even have a “Terrorist Group” set up, which has caused Spanish authorities years of pain. Over 600 persons were killed until a truce was instituted and things are now quiet. The terrorist group ...
... So by the time we got back to the hostel it begun to spit a little...the sky, not Jed. We met the happy little sleeper and he showed us to our rooms where we crashed out! What with not being in a bed since Sunday night, it was now Tuesday midday. So a much needed nap. After a refreshing nap and probably one of the best showers in a while...now I'm sure that's because the water pressure ...
... the floor. You can even sit on these big comfy chairs and be part of the room. We even got to climb one of the exibits from these hanging roaps. For sure not what we expected.
Later that evening, we meet a couchsurfer who showed us more of the old center. We had some food and drinks with him and his friends. Super awesome people. The next day, we went and saw the old bull ring, and another really nice park in the city. Then we took a bus to San Sebastian for more fun in the ...
... but we still had to wait an hour in the rain. Luckily the bus station is covered, but sitting there listening and watching the thunderstorm roll by, made me a little homesick for our summer thunderstorms in Kansas.
Once we got home, I went straight to bed. I had walked around all day, and knew I had another big day ahead of me the next day.
Sunday, I had to get up early to head to Potes, which is a beautiful city ...