Ibis Bilbao Barakaldo
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... The staff guided us to the level we were to park and secured our bikes. We then found our cabin dumped our bags, helmets etc and went back on deck as we had started to leave the harbour.
After seeing the passing HMS Victory (Horatio Nelson's Ship) which seems so small in comparison to the other vessels that surround it we passed Spinnaker Tower which incidently has an on-site cafe and a ...
... really close to the rocks. Go big or go home. We saw several groups of Spanish surfers bobbing around - waiting for even bigger waves!?!? Or maybe they were waiting for smaller ones that won't kill them. And this surf display was on a nice, calm 80 degree day with very little wind. I wonder if Spanish surfers call each other dude? The middle of the day was spent at a little old town called Guernica. Guernica is a spiritual home for Basque governance and leadership, and ...
... had a strong dislike for the Northern region of his country, as in 1937, during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), he allowed Hitler to bomb a small village called Guernica,annihilating it, to test out his Luftwaffe (bomber planes) for WWII. It also seemed that Franco and Hitler saw the same barber. For pictures and more info, see below.
google his name and look at images too. The picture on Wikipedia ...
Today we had a wander around the streets of Palermo before heading to the airport for our flight to Bilbao via Barcelona. Good flights however Gavin's suitcase didn't make it, we are hopeful it will be waiting for him in San Sebastián on Sunday. We walked around the Guggenheim which is certainly an impressive building then Helen found a great restaurant where we had a lovely meal. They were extremely friendly the food was good and it was ...
... and the sidewalks. After an hour or so in the car though we wanted a quick break so we found an open bar/café with free tables and sat down for a light snack. Lemonade, better, toast, olives, nachos (spelled “Natxos”) hit the spot and the girls were happy to stretch their legs and run around a bit. By around 6pm the city was picking up again, we could hear music from a nearby plaza, kids were starting to get out and about on the playground across the river, stores ...