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... in the Old Quarter: wandering the Siete Calles (the 7 Streets), the Mercado de la Ribera, and the Basque History Museum. Our afternoon's excursion was the Museum of Belles Artes. Both museums were great and we learned a lot about Basque life with all its hardship, challenges and successes.
Polished off the evening amongst the Sat night throng eating pintxos & sipping yet another glass of txakoli!
... posted. I somehow ended up at the back of a school and what l though was a medical centre but it turned out to be the hospital for the mentally insane, it all worked out though as l spotted all the buses parked in the bus station and followed the road leading to them. I also managed to get the best views of the Alcazar and Cathedral and some ok photos so it was worth the effort.
Merida – Merida is a small town close to the Portugal border and is ...
... the man (Colin) was a jazz pianist and played with Acker Bilk and had played in Australia a number of times, even at the Opera house.
This couple were also staying at the same hotel so we all went back and had a night cap before saying goodnight. They were an interesting couple who had lots of life experiences.
We leave Bilbao tomorrow for San Sebastian and Sophie's hoping that the warm weather continues so she can have a swim in the ocean.
... to come every fifteen minutes.
Although naturally, as soon as I arrived, none came for 45 minutes, leaving us standing in the freezing rain, and causing a few Dutch people to completely lose their mind. (An interesting spectacle, if I'm honest).
And when Spiros the angry driver finally rocks up (with three EasyBuses right behind him) he tried to stop those of us with earlier bookings from getting on the bus. My GOD, but he was nearly mobbed. He then tries ...
... We both had no clue what he was saying but he scared me so we decided to head back to the hostel. That night a few girls I had met from Portugal Catarina and Joanna. They both had arrived and were staying in the same dorm as me. We all grabbed a cheap dinner and a couple of beers from the supermarket and enjoyed the evening outside in the courtyard of the hostel. The next day i left on a lovely 35 Euro first class ALSA bus to Gijon. ...