Ibis Bilbao Centro
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Typical Ibis Hotel. Large comfortable room, well appointed, free wifi which works really well, in-house bar and restaurant. Well located in the central city, 10 minutes to the Guggenheim Museum, 15 minutes to the old part of the city. Affordable daily parking is also available.
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We left Zaragoza and travelled along the motor way towards Burgos. Along the way we stopped for a quick break in a tiny little village and came across a number of traveller's who were walking the Camino. We realised that they follow a sign that has a blue background with a yellow shell.
We arrived at Burgos and found the hotel. We walked …
Made our way down to Bilbao, Spain this
morning (about a 4hour drive). Terrible weather for driving - rain
storms all the way down. Every time we passed a truck the road in front
of us would disappear under a wash of water.
As we got closer to the border the terrain changed as we entered the foothills of the Pyrenees -
... long boring walk and I really didn't write much about it. All I did write is that we were so tired and hurting. Especially me and mom, our feet were both just killing us but in different ways. my feet and lower legs were shot from having to use different muscles to walk in such a stupid way so my blisters wouldn't make any movement against my boots. My mom's plantar fasciitis ...
... Coll took control and we had to visit this incredible architectural construction NOW! It is called a museum,.. though a more apt name might be 'Art Gallery'. There was nothing museumey about the Guggenheim,.. it was all art. Three HUGE floors with a large quantity of works on display. The building is a piece of art in its own right,.. and most visitors, both local and international come to marvel at this amazing construction,.. as well as the art on display. ...
... flower that helped reanimate the city". I had heard that the outside was so spectacular, the exhibits themselves had stiff competition for attention. We did enjoy a few of the exhibits but must confess to finding the exterior more intriguing.
In researching the Camino, there were words or expressions that struck me at various times, and so I made a list and thought I would reflect on these words during our journey. One of my words is 'acceptance' ...