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A little expensive for a pilgrim but a nice break from the albergues.
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... with where I had just been. What comes hand in hand with traffic volume is road condition, our roads are not in as good state as the majority I had encountered in France and Spain, Morocco however was also not in their league. It does make sense though when you think about it. Our beautiful country is a lot smaller with more people so our roads are busier and exposed to more wear and tear. I guess we could all pay more taxes to improve my motorcycling ...
This morning I checked the bus and train options between here and Bilbao, thinking I could walk a portion and ride the rest but not possible. I know I can't walk it all feeling like I do and don't want to get stuck in the middle somewhere. I can however catch a bus right in front of the hotel to Bilbao for about 2 euro. I saw my Aussie friends Jeff and Mike off this morning and boarded the bus. I have decided that I am ...
... morning when I awoke. We ate lunch, the fed us well the whole time we were there. You know what they say about Spain, they eat so much here and eat so well, thats why they need so much wine to wash it down. They did, also, provide us with wine at every meal. Jesus drank wine, so it makes sense. After lunch, we unpacked and explored the area a little bit. We put on our Marquette gear and took a picture in front of the Basilica with our signs. We were all talking about how much ...
... Spanish cuisine for me was the best tomatoes I´ve had in years, as well as some really delicious plums, peaches and nectarines, all for just one to two euros a kilogram. If something that falls off a tree even qualifies as cuisine.
The votes are in, and the group has chosen Barcelona as the number one destination we visited in Spain, followed (in order) by Granada, Madrid, Sevilla, Segovia, Bilbao, Ronda, Malaga, Burgos, Toledo, Avila and Vallodolid.
... this stuff on the camino in the middle of nowhere for 1,5 euro.
The walking has it's ups and downs, in the first place because it is very hilly. But the best ups is the changing seaviews and the landscape in general. The biggest drawback is the route which put us sometimes on medium-size roads or is very hard to find.
So far the hostel in Gernika has been an exception. It's expensive and the breakfast is miserabel. The other albeurges have been ver ...