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... neighbourhood and picked the most crowded place. We squeeze ourselves into a small space where loads of yummy looking pintxos are colourfully lines up. 5 amazing pintxos (probably the best we've had) and glasses of chilled white wine. Ah, so good! Basque people truly know good food!! It was a nice end of the day and the tour.
Tomorrow we will have to wake up at ungodly hour... Our flight out of Bilbao departs at 7am. Arg... so not looking forward to it. Oh well.
... seaside towns racing in a timed rowing race. Such hard work for the 12 men involved as the boats move at pace through the water. We cross the river at the new footbridge, Zubizuri, continue to the Guggenheim watching the rowers pass on their second lap! We wander up by the Guggenheim into town. It's very quiet even at Iruna but in the end we stop at a small local cafe for an excellent lunch. Back to the ...
Hola from northern Spain!! I am in Basque country, which is an autonomous community in
the Pyrenees, meaning it is an independent nation within Spain. They have their
own language here, as well as Spanish. What's interesting, though, is that
although it is geographically surrounded by places where people speak romantic
languages such as Spanish and French, the ancient Basque language is not
influenced by them and does not find its roots in Latin. Linguistic ...
... or bus but as we are "travelling light" walking is fine. The bus from the airport to the city cost €1.40 each. In A Coruna it was €1.50. They run frequently with many stops. Melbourne's bus is about $15! The hotel is fine. Although it is in the old town, inside it is quite modern and clean. Just when I thought I had the dinner thing organised things have changed. ...
... route from Labastida, which affords us spectacular views over the Rioja region as we cross the Cantabrian Mountains. Parking is a hassle as usual. There are no spaces on the street, so it's the expensive underground parking lot once more. As we ascend to the street, a gentleman points out that parking above ...