Ibis Bilbao Barakaldo
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... and laughed and said, "Where my farm is located it gets so hot we have to feed our cows and chickens ice cubes they don't produce powdered milk and hard boiled eggs.
Battery Boy wandered back inside to inform Video Girl it was cloudy but warm (31degrees). After a light breakfast at ikasHUB, Co-Learning Lab and Cafe they chatted at length to the owner, a young Spanish woman who had travelled the world extensively, from Iceland to Sydney ...
Today we have to change hotel as Mendez is closing to redecorate. We pack before going to meet meet Larry for breakfast. We chat for an hour and arrange to meet later in the week. The Fine Art Gallery is free on Wednesday so we spend the rest of the morning wandering round there. Another late lunch this ...
... heard someone say the arena was free on Monday. They weren't sure on this but thought we'd give it a go anyway, sure enough, we went in & found a seat among the locals. Because it was free it got very crammed & a lot a fights broke out, the most noticeable was between a girl and a guy, she was fair going for it and it didn't seem to worry him the slightest that she was female.
Meanwhile, on the track... ...
... I stick out here but I think it's worth mentioning.
Anyway, San Juan de Gaztelugatxe is basically a very old church on top of a hill. No one really knows its origins but it is probably the most photographed area of the Basque Country. I would like to stick with the "it possibly belonged to the Knights Templar" rumor though.
The word Gaztelugatxe comes from the Euskera "gaztelu" meaning castle and "aitz" meaning rock. Enjoy the pictures!
And yes I did ring the bell.