Ibis Bilbao Barakaldo
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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 ...
... with my
sister, Allegra because I know they will get along very well. Miller and
Courtney are very sweet and motherly. We went to a restaurant on the beach,
walking distance from the ship. The food, of course, was incredible! I had
several pintxos, a glass of white wine, and my entrée was gnocchi with
Bolognese sauce. It was such a lovely time-just a small group of friends
enjoying a long, leisurely, fantastic meal and admiring the sunset over the
... for some recoordination. I found out that the only car rental option at this point was to pick up a car from the airport instead so we walked to the bus station to jump on an airport transfer to get a car and then drive back in the dark at a late hour to Madrid. Not exactly the way we'd expected our weekend to pan out, however the takeaway pizza and netflix showing of The Expendables II was a surprisingly nice and relaxing way to end the day in Madrid back home.
We really must of wanted any excuse to head back, as arriving on the outskirts of Bilbao Jase remembered he'd left his passport at the camp office there, so we’d have to go back for it. Although by Wednesday he was not feeling the best or able to drive any further than needed, so after a quick stop to get the Spanish version of Codrel and some Redoxan, I dosed him up and left him ...
... To make it even more perfect for me, everybody else said it was too cold (18) or too light up there. In Madrid it was a tight fit at Apt Arenal, but the location made up for it, just 100 metres from the Puerta del Sol, perhaps the most interesting public space in Europe if not the world. In Segovia we were three or four kilometres from the centro historico at Apt Turisticos Veladiez. In Bilbao, Apt Atxuri is a modern development just 5 minutes ...