Hotel Ercilla Lopez De Haro
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... walked downtown then crossed the river again and this time Tom was able to get the photos he wanted. We then had lunch at the café at the Guggenheim before exploring the city some more. Yet another early night but we are both slowly getting better.
Bilbao is an amazing place. Nearly all the buildings, bridges, trams, lighting. etc. have a sculptural feel to them.
... blue scarf around the neck which looked very patriotic. Lots of street parties and tents. Great tapas in the bars and lots of the lovely black pudding and rice speciality on bread!
There was a huge fireworks show just up the river from the Museum and then an 11.30pm concert outside the museum of flamenco dancers. We left soon after midnight because I had visions of being stranded in the city with no taxis and our hotel was not close ...
... with small uprisings being suppressed by the Republican forces and suffered the its first bombings by German planes in 1937 in co ordination with General Franco.
Over the years there has been plenty of controversy between the Basque peoples and the Spanish government to the point there is great interest in the on coming Scottish referendum whether to stay or leave the United Kingdom and there is hope that this possible precedent will enable the Basque ...
... arch. The structure of the bridge is painted white and the bridge deck consists of translucent glass bricks that light up at night. Unfortunately we were there in the afternoon and our hotel is about a 30 minute drive out of the city so we did not see it at night with the deck lit up. The Zubizuri was opened to pedestrian and bicycle traffic in 1997, the same time the Guggenheim Museum opened. With access ramps and stairways ...
The ride from Burgos to Bilbao was an unexpected pleasure. The Swiss biker, Nick, I had met in Salamanca told me about riding the roads marked green on the Michelin map so I decided to test his theory. I’m glad I did, it passed through a lush green valley with nice long sweeping bends. The route took longer than it would have on the Autopista but was far more pleasurable. It seemed a great way to end my trip to mainland Europe and Morocco and ...