Hotel Aldori Landetxea
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... knowing each other briefly, he was the most amazing host. He picked me up at the airport (sans bag due to the dead sprint to catch my flight transfer in Paris) and along with his friend Unai, toured me around Bilbao. We then went straight to the coast for a beer and pintxiao. The nice thing about an airline misplacing your bag, is you don't have to worry about carting it around if you are planning to head straight into a day of site seeing. ...
The rain was still poring down and we had a problem with the window on my side. It wouldn't shut the last 3 cm and it was getting pretty wet. One's we installed the caravan and it stopped raining we tried to find a VW dealer to go and fix the problem but after a couple of phone calls we found out again that Spain is not the easiest kind of country when you want help. We got fed up and though we'd find a solution driving up to the dealer and talk to him in ...
... and tried to ask the bus driver if there was 2 open seats but he refused and we sadly watched the bus leave us. We immediately got a bottle of absolut and some bread, cheese, chorizo and orange juice. we got drunk on the beach and tanned in the 85 degree weather, talking about our lives and bonding over pretty much everything. I love tayler, there's so much more to her than people think and we had very similar rebellious childhoods, so much so that she was sent ...
Wednesday 29/1With a farewell to my generous final host, I caught the metro to the
airport for my flight to London via Bilbao, in the Spanish Basque
Country. I had an easy, short flight and caught a bus into Bilbao for
my 8-hour stopover. I got a great view of the incredible, fish-like
Guggenheim Museum as we drove past, then it started raining shortly
after I arrived in the old part of town. I had a peek in the art
museum, decided I was well and truly over ...
... perfect, sunny and cool and a great way to start the day.
Rest of the house rose in stages over the next few hours. We had fresh squeezed orange juice, coffee, and pastries over a lazy breakfast that had us cycling back between the kitchen and the porch. As the sun rose higher in the sky and the day started warming up, the girls were emboldened to try out the pool. Julia went "European style" and wore only her swim bottoms, but that was modest compared to the rest of the ...