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... although it was principally a transport ship. There were restaurants, cinemas, gaming rooms, bars and many, many young families either going on or returning from holidays. After our meal and the customary après-dinner drinks, we headed for our down-in-the-bowels cabin, which although it had no window and was stifling hot, was discretely located away from any screaming tribe of feral OPKs. We promptly fell soundly and deeply asleep, only getting up ...
... place, but, lost again, we wandered the back roads in search of a particular cider house. Finally giving up, we parked in Astigarraga and set out on foot, eventually stumbling upon Lizeaga Sagardotegia right when it opened for the day (1:30 pm, in this neck of the woods!). Seated on wooden benches at communal tables in a dark, cavernous room with huge barrels of apple ...
Yesterday the South hit us in full force. Gone were the sleepy towns of Northern France. The cool afternoons you could cycle through. The friendly shop keepers and their reasonable prices. Suddenly we found ourselves in dense tourist laden traffic jams, sun glaring down and forcing us into the shade, money leaving our wallets quicker than before. All this made us decide to stop aiming for an 8 o'clock start and we got up this morning at 545. It was lovely cycling along cool ...
As we moved from Madrid we decided that we would drive north and head to France with a number of one night stops.
Our first one was going to be the town of San Sebastian in Basque country only forty kilometres from the French border. Heading out of Madrid we hit heavy stop/ start motoring along the major highways leading out of the city. Once out, fog closed in giving Steve only fifty meters of visibility along with rain that was to follow ...
... day so did not get to see much. But on the second day, we explored the beach, the Peine del viento (Wind combs), Mont Igueldo, and the old town. Also during our visit, there was an annual festival where everyone dresses up as Roma gypsies and dances and sings all through the streets. I have to research what that was all about!
It was ...