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Didn't hang around much this morning as we had a ferry to catch. Thankfully Winnie started up first time and we headed off to Bilboa. It’s a shame we didn’t get to explore the town itself as we’ve heard good reviews of the area. Maybe next time? Got to the ferry terminal, but some of the ferry staff were on strike in sympathy with air control staff. Needless to say we were running a little late, but I ...
... walked 30 kms today. No wonder feet/shins were sore and we were all feeling so tired. On Monday we lose David and Heather (Canada) as they are cycling from Burgos to Leon. It will take them 3 days, averaging 70 kms per day. So they will be well ahead of us when we get to Leon in 9 days. It will be sad to see them go as they have been great company. We all went out to dinner tonight, once we had all recovered some energy. There is a Fiesta happening here in ...
... The only difference is that their goal is to improve heating efficiency while we want cooling. Looks like a fact-finding trip to Stuttgart coming up. Just kidding - in our current political environment a taxi voucher to the Valley is stretching the friendship.
Finished about 9.30 and came back to the hotel. Warren is fast asleep while outside all the locals are just warming up.
Tomorrow we plan to walk for about 9km before picking ...
... here is el Cid who was a mercenary, and he fought for any side that would pay him more !!! He was also involved with the fight against the Moors, hence the tomb. However, his tomb was a slab on the ground, and personally, it was a little disappointing !!! There was also various statues to Santiago the Moor killer. Not only was he a disciple, but a head chopper offerer of Moors !!!
... anyone can pick up a current newspaper or magazine to read on a bench under a shady tree at no cost at all.
Every evening the squares with restaurants and bars are crammed with cheerful patrons, there being certainly no lack of squares and bars! The city has a multitude of tree shaded parks. We could walk all the way from our flat to the historical centre, and beyond, under a ...