Hotel Uribe - Casa de Marinos
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... cabin and I awoke ready for the evening. Sue, however, looked a little green and wasn’t really up to much. We both didn’t fancy a big meal so opted for the salad bar on the top deck. I don’t think Sue appreciated my comedy walking from side to side like we were on a rough sea ha! Early night and a cup of tea followed and we watched the film The Way on the laptop, which was quite fitting to end the holiday ...
2nd day for us in this little harbour waiting for the strong westerly to blown off before heading further west, life has been pretty good! The local veg market up in the old town was really cool, reminds me of the 农贸市场 uphill of our flat in Dalian. Old ladies kept telling me the produces are grown from the basque land, perhaps they do not see many Chinese customer drop ...
... get you to the top. We tried to get a bus back but couldn't find one so got the metro again. It's only underground in the centre if Bilbao so you do get to see the scenery. Had a lovely meal where we ate last night. I had a green salad with roasted vegetables to start while John had soup then fish. I had oxtail cooked slowly in Rioja with potatoes. A lovely glass of Rioja complemented it ...
... first one to get to Albergue first to sign up. Don't talk to anyone else and yet they are missing out on the whole purpose of this camino. I have learned a few things already; 1there will be tough uphills to overcome and it is possible to overcome them 2 just because you are going down fast it is best to slow down because one pebble can knock you over! 3 when you are on level ground don't think that it will remain without obstacles 4 don't be ...
... of the crew and we’re all unloaded and settled in by around 4pm.
We head out to the nearest town, Palenzia, for dinner and a stroll. Finding seating for 11 is pretty straightforward, and we pick a place with a menu that includes plenty of familiar comfort food. The cousins are all pretty excited to see each other and there's plenty of squealing and running around but our fellow patrons don't seem to mind.
After a full ...