Los Arcos de Quejana
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Banquet room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... we could see there was thick marine layer covering the direction of Basque region. Air is more moist (= my hair gets puffy :)) and vegetations are more lush. Welcome back to Basque!
As planned, after lunch, we went to see exhibitions at Guggenheim. Even though the second floor was closed for shuffling of the temporary exhibits, we were glad we went. For me, even just to admire its stunning architecture - both inside and out. Lots of study done for forms, lines ...
... is located on the weathered stone wall before cross 6.
The second cache was located on a small island off of the beach. You can reach the beach either by swimmin during high tide, or by walking in low tide. We went in low tide. The cache can be found near the stone cave. The walk to the island was very nice, look at the ...
... on Sunday - lots of generations - grandfathers in Basque berets and teenagers dressed in shorts like Carly. Younger girls dressed in pretty dresses. We felt so welcome in the Kokken cafe as Sylvia brought us course after course until we declared ourselves done in. Scallops and fish and more seafood - all fresh and ..yum.
Difficult to capture that in pics of the art museum! ...
We were not impressed when we realised that we were not sitting together on the plane. Do not understand why they would do that when the tickets were booked together. Anyway, the plane was not full so there was no problem changing seats.The flight was very smooth and we were in Bilbao before we knew it. Got the bus to the centre than walked the easy 1.2km to the hotel. Could have taken ...
Never got away until 9:00 as the Post Office didn't open until 8:30. This was the first day I started out on my own and was a bit concerned because it is 23 Km to the next place that would have accommodation, and a tough 3000 ft climb. The highest climb so far. I felt good when I left and about an hour later ran into two Australian chaps, Jeff and Mike, who were very friendly and I walked with them all day. We had a ...