Hotel Aldori Landetxea
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... cabin and I awoke ready for the evening. Sue, however, looked a little green and wasn’t really up to much. We both didn’t fancy a big meal so opted for the salad bar on the top deck. I don’t think Sue appreciated my comedy walking from side to side like we were on a rough sea ha! Early night and a cup of tea followed and we watched the film The Way on the laptop, which was quite fitting to end the holiday ...
... people to talk to. Marisa introduced me to kalimotxo, which is red wine mixed with coke. Despite my horror with wrecking good wine, it was surprisingly good.
The next day I headed out early to Madrid. My friend Jill is in her second year of teaching english in the Madrid area and we hadn't seen each other for many years. I was instantly happy with my decision to take the 5 hour bus ride. She lives in a surprisingly large apartment with ...
... We went to church in a smaller church called Iglesia Marina where the service was all in Basque. Needless to say that neither of us understood a word. Still I (K) felt quite privileged to be among the Basque assembly, it was an experience that I am glad I was part of. Just before lunch we have moved from the Marina to a very nice anchoring place outside Hondarribia where we had been before. For lunch Jamieson made a ...
And we're off!!
Georgie cat settled at Jill's and already stalking the fish!! First stop, Bilbao. Airport to hotel no problemo with Greavsie navigating (and more importantly Mango listening!), no resting we hotfooted it to the Guggenheim museum....only a slight detour back to the room for the ticket!! (Which Phil was in charge of)
The architecture of the building was ...
... he's flinging yo yo's in the air to dizzying heights (much higher than the church) and then making the catch 99% of the time.
We all meet up at Plaza Nueva at 7pm. We had a snack and a drink, then made the initial arrangements for a dinner at Café Victor just off the square. The set menu was a bit on the steep side (48 euros each, before taxes) and I am sure that dinner would have been delicious. That said, we were all a bit tired and the ...