Ibis Bilbao Centro
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... facing the morning sun, was something special. The landscape changed after that to the mountains and gorges of Castilla y Leon and then the vineyards of La Rioja. We will save the vineyards for another trip.....
Our final Spanish destination was the Hotel Igeretxe in Getxo, supposedly a suburb of Bilbao . It's actually a pretty seaside town just across the bay from the ferry ...
... part of Spain, they speak a unique language that has no relation to Spanish (or any other language in the world, for that matter). Euskadi is the language they speak, but everyone also knows Castellano (AKA Spanish) and English. Since this part of Spain was not conquered by the Moors like the rest of the country was, they have zero outside influence (unlike southern Spain, which has a ton of Arabic influence). The Basque ...
... Boy promised Video Girl a 5 star room this evening. They arrived at their hotel, The Gran Domaine which is directly opposite the Guggenheim. They had a lovely spacious room which faced the street with a lovely balcony attached. It did have a lovely big king size comfy bed with lots of pillows. Video Girl was looking forward to a good night's sleep tonight.
Within a few minutes of arriving, they were back out on ...
Wednesday 29/1With a farewell to my generous final host, I caught the metro to the
airport for my flight to London via Bilbao, in the Spanish Basque
Country. I had an easy, short flight and caught a bus into Bilbao for
my 8-hour stopover. I got a great view of the incredible, fish-like
Guggenheim Museum as we drove past, then it started raining shortly
after I arrived in the old part of town. I had a peek in the art
museum, decided I was well and truly over ...
... the streets were humming again.
The walk heading to the coast port of Portugulete from here is about 10 Km, is industrial and very boring, the book advises to take the subway. As I did at least 10 Km walking today, that will make up for the subway ride when I leave.
I am hoping for shorter distance walks between albergues and more choice of where I can stay. There are lots of pilgrims and the albergues fill up ...