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... me bringing my suitcase on board. "Hand luggage only!" he screamed, while trying to block the way of two hysterically crying German girls.
Er, as if, Mr. My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Me and my ginormous suitcase AND my hand luggage (both soaked, both - mortifyingly - leopardskin) are coming on board, thank you. Seeing as he nearly made me miss my flight, I reckon he owed me.
But bien sur, upon arrival at the airport, I was told that my hand luggage was now too big ...
Bus from Burgos to Bilbao an industrial port on the north coast about two hours away.
Have come here to see the Guggenheim Museum of modern and contemporary art designed by Frank Gehry, a Canadian. We left our bags at the hotel and made our way to the Museum. The outside of it is quite outstanding - it's situated next to a river and the exterior is constructed out of Tiitanium and wood and angular and circular shapes. It has a ...
... called “ETA”. No - Not the Potato Chip and Peanut Butter people.
The changes to the landscape occurred about 40 Kms from Bilbao and it suddenly became heavily forested and very hilly, if not mountainous depending on ones definition. Basque is the oldest surviving language and the area is strictly Catholic. It is believed there are about 3 million Basque persons living with about .5 of a million in France and the rest in Spain.
... sleep, but as long as everyone is respectful, it’s normally fine. These guys were not respectful.
We were in a four person room, but there were only three of us. The other two guys came back to the room at 3am, but they brought four people back with them. We had a small balcony off our room so they decided to have a party out there where they could not have been louder, and smoked with the door open. ...
Battery Boy and Video Girl left Zaragoza fairly early heading towards Bilbao with the most difficult part of leaving this city being the ability to navigate your way out of the underground car park which was built for very small cars.
They drove along the freeway staring at the kilometre after kilometre of flat, dry country side which was occasionally punctuated by a row of wind turbines on a hilltop. From a ...