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Oh hello my little amigos. After a veerryy long hiatus, during which I spent the last half of my year abroad in Madrid, then went back to uni for peaceful final year, then spent five months bumming around Colombia....blahblahblah you all know this already...I'm finally back to blogging. Even though my traveling days are over. Ah well.
Anyway, I was planning on setting up one of those impressively techno blog websites (Wordpress? Weebly?) to share all my daily rants, ...
... old-fashioned, with tablecloths covered by paper and felt like a local café rather than for tourists. The lady explained the menu of the day; 2 courses for €9. Fortunately Ruth was not very hungry as she didn’t pay as much attention as she should have to the choices on offer. She did not enjoy the pig’s ear casserole at all!
We picked up our Audi automatic at 17:00 and headed off ...
... some restaurants are finally opening. We are having to readjust our routine as dinner will be much later here than we are used to. It is comforting to know that the restaurant prices we've seen so far are very reasonable as we thought that we might get a shock after Poland. The area we are staying in is the historical part of Bilbao and so far we like what we see. This area goes back to the 1400s with most of the buildings being quite original. Tomorrow we shall expolre ...
Kaixo! (That's "hello" is Basque!) Today was our second excursion with UIMP! We traveled about an hour away, to Bilbao, which is in el País Vasco (Basque Country). While the Basque Country is part of Spain, it really... isn't. Their second official language, Basque, which is one of the three languages with an unknown origin in Europe, is preferred. As a matter of fact, when we tried to ...
... a racion is a small plate.
We were ready for the drive to Miranda de Ebro, a city on the Ebro river in the province of Burgos in the autonomous community of Castile and León, Spain where we booked into a fabulous four-star hotel Ciudad de Miranda. Maryln and I decided to eat at the hotel’s very stylish restaurant set up in a train behind the hotel. We had the most scrumptious lamb and steak and a small bottle of white wine from the nearby Province of La ...