Ibis Bilbao Centro
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A l'aube du XXIe siècle, Bilbao a su dépoussiérer son passé industriel pour devenir une métropole vibrante, fière de sa culture basque.
Pilier de cette métamorphose, le musée Guggenheim a complètement redynamisé les berges de la ria.
En voici quelques images, glanées l'espace d'un week-end dans la vibrante Bilbao.
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 sun.
We arrived at Burgos and found the hotel. We walked …
... Oviedo before completing the journey to Gijon. A long day! 230 Km, 3 hours
Gijon to Bilbao with drives through coastal villages Lastres, San Vicente del la Boquera (I got a Speeding Ticket!!), and Camillas. We then visited Santander before completing the journey to Bilbao Airport. A very long day - too long! I was glad to hand over the keys to the Hire Car. 340 Km, 5 hours
We travelled around Bilbao on foot and by Tram then took an ALSA Coach from Bilbao to ...
... still quite cheap and yummy. We scoffed that sat on a park bench watching the world go by and then called it a day and went back to our room. Friday April 10th Went back into San Sebastián, we'd slipped up with our hotel choice as it was a quarter hour drive out of town and it wasn't the easiest road network to negotiate. We walked around a bit and then climbed the hill to the big Jesus statue that overlooked the town, even up quite close we still couldn't figure out what ...
... and as luck would have it, we had plonked ourselves in the best position for some folk singing and dancing on the main stage and began a little after we settled in. After the show, we took another gander around the town. Down by the river there were some foodstalls including one with bigs chunks of pig. Suckling pig looked awesome. Real baby pig, turning on a spit. So we stopped to eat and it was superb. On our way back to the ...