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... and "I can feel the blood". It was just super interesting and was my favorite. Like you could feel the stress of someone going through a rough time. After the museum we walked to the Basilica but it was closed for siesta. We then went and got churros with hot chocolate and the hot chocolate here is incredible. It's super thick and delicious, almost like hot yogurt. We walked a total of 14 miles today and it was all worth it. Bilbao was very beautiful and reminded me of a bigger San ...
Short 60 mile trip to Bilbao with no dramas, we entered Bilbao and the satnavs,all 3 had different ways of getting to the hotel, having traveled around the knocking shop area of Bilbao we managed to cross the river and get to the hotel. S#it shower and shampoo and we were off into the old town, lovely area and city with many amazing architectural buildings. We went down Somera street to find Jeff as he ...
... the time being, and
spent several hours watching movies and chilling in the Bilbao
library, out of the drizzle – a miserable day, in stark contrast to
the great weather I'd had in the rest of the Spain.
After an uninspiring day in the anticlimactic Bilbao, I headed back out to
the airport and got on my next flight to London's Standsted airport.
Here I was picked up by my aunt and uncle, Imogen and Ron, and taken
back to their home in Braintree, ...
... The sleeply little place we had stopped was empty when we showed up – by the time we left the place was filling up, folks were jockeying for outside seating and the lone barmaid was struggling to keep up with all the orders coming in.
We had a brief spell of rain on the drive home, which was quite pleasant. Pops and I were in Blanca, and I had Anna, Chloe, and Katie in the back. On the way home, we played the “Silent Game” where everyone has a chance ...
... on speeding in Spain, with the taxi driver cruising at 150km (in an 80km zone...). We arrived at a beautiful hotel in the centre of town and checked into our 3rd floor room with a beautiful view of the main roundabout. Bags down and it was pintxos time! We navigated our way to a restaurant called Panko and ate some of the best tapas we've ever had. Photo attached. Cutting into a huge piece of fried potato, only to realise it was goat's cheese was a highlight, as was the array ...