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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... mind too much. The sun was shining and I had a book to read. The only concern was would Winnie start or not. Someone’s car had failed to start in the queue near us and rescue came quickly so that calmed Sue a little. We eventually boarded and got a quick bite to eat before having a look around. Sue opted for watching a presentation on whales and porpoises/dolphins and I rested my eyelids. Afterwards we both had a snooze ...
... and so came to discover that it worked like this: a dead goose was greased up with olive oil on its neck, then hung upside down over a river. Whomsoever could hang onto this goose neck for the longest while it was raised above then quickly dipped below the river would be the winner. Nothing much happened while I was there but later I saw on the television that the winner had been dipped in at least 5 times before he gave up the goose (is that where this saying came ...
... done that day and a lot of items were purchased. All good things of course, so I'm hoping everyone everyone enjoys their gifts!! Also there that day was a castle. This castle was queen Isabella's castle (queen Isabella was the first queen of Spain) before she met the king, Ferdinand. This castle is so beautiful that it has been replicated to be sleeping beauty's castle in the book. We ...
... into town along the estuary. Much to Ross’s disappointment it was completely flat... no surf! The town is quite nice though and appears to be mostly just holiday apartments.
On Saturday there is still no surf so we decide to go to the city of Bilbao which is just an hour inland on the local bus. We wonder round for a bit and find the famous Guggenheim Bilbao. Its architecture really sticks out on ...
... have been a ladder. I’ve climbed more steps to get to the top of the Arc de Triomphe, but the sharp turns and high steps made this the hardest set of stairs I have ever attempted. It was well worth the effort – the view from the top of the tower was fit for the kings who lived there. All of Segovia was visible, and well into the countryside. If possible, the climb down was even harder – I was sure I was going to slip and tumble down. Fortunately I kept my feet ...