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Taxi to train station.. Down across and up to track 4. The country side was magnificent ... Rough bolder hills..terraced gardens, villages with terracotta roofs..and a river with boats. 2 hrs...then off and change cars. Ok..we are off agin. The train goes thru at least a hundred tunnels..long,short,and middling'. Scenery remains incredible..rivers grapes on terraced mountain sides. Fields of wild red poppies..elusive ...
... more of a funeral than a wedding venue. Wednesday April 8th So we were traveling south again towards Spain, we had another night stopover in France before arriving in San Sebastián Thursday afternoon. We loaded up and set off, we stopped in a little town, bought some pate from the butcher and some bread from the baker and we'd got ourselves a little picnic for lunch. That's the great thing about France, it seems you can stop in nearly any little town and still ...
... so the first thing on the agenda was a nap.
When we rose we explored the magnificent town of Zaragoza. We were there at the same time as the Pilar festival (planned). The streets were full of people and there were lots of activities, including massive stages with live music and dance acts, and tiny stages with children's shows.
That first evening, we stopped in the main square for coffees (N also had some ...
... on the floor and the audience comes up one by one and snips off little bits of her clothing with large scissors. One man came up and snipped off her whole bra and she looked most uncomfortable!
Another one was a photo of a band playing on stage and people came and wrapped the band members entirely in bandages so they couldn't play their instruments any more!
The city of Bilbao was an industrial town and they requested and put up the money for the ...
... place. We had apparently booked a room in a college dorm that rents extra rooms out to tourists. Our room felt exactly like a dorm room with its side-by-side desks separating the twin beds on opposite walls, and our hall felt just like a dorm hall, complete with 19-year-olds hanging out in the hallway talking late into the night. Wifi was only available on our floor's student lounge, so I spent some time with a student who was deeply engrossed in his anatomy ...