Eco Hotel Mundaka
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
- Family rooms
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Mundaka
... having lazy afternoon Sunday drinks. We went back to our apartment and had our lunch on the rocks outside watching surfers for the afternoon. It is a beautiful harbour and the tides are so extreme that one minute the tide is up under the house and the next there are huge sandbars out the front. This has been a wonderful place to just relax and recharge our batteries. See you tomorrow - Grace.
... d never been before - it was motorbike heaven! Then came motorbike hell as the road descended into a descent I can only described as extreme. This was a gradient like no other and even in first gear, going practically vertically, the bike struggled to grip the specially riveted tarmac. The camber of the ground certainly didn't help but there could be no turning back as to do so would mean a certain fall. As usual when faced with such an assault I decided to attack and so sped ...
... to wander around the modern and historic centre admiring how active and attractive this metropolitan area has become. We even take the funicular up the mountainside to Artxanda Park for a panoramic view of the whole city before we wend our way back to Labastida, our cozy flat and a delicious dinner prepared by ...
On the road by the usual 10am. Again, a very hazy day. Much of the first part of the drive was along the coast, through some beautiful valleys with brief glimpses of the ocean. Everything was green, and the farmhouses were appealing. Between the mountains and the ocean, I think I could live here.
We arrived the parking garage in Bilbao just about noon. The A-road skirts close to the city, so we hit some traffic, but, generally, it was an easy trip. The city of Bilbao ...
... art was interesting, av ant guard, and educational.
We treated our palates to the regional Basque pintxos (pinchos), the Basque form of tapas. We spent Saturday night and Sunday afternoon enjoying them.
Monday morning we were up early to catch our flight to Madrid and twenty hours later, San Diego. All of a sudden it's over. Au revoir and Adios- see you in San ...