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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... as Madrid's Plaza Mayor, full of families, children, dogs & happy elderly women! The Spanish love to congregate in their plazas where they meet their neighbours & friends, eat, drink & just connect, it is truly the only way to go....no texting & Facebook! Off to the beach tomorrow for some sunshine & sand; who knows we might find a Canadian hamburger or ...
... siesta. We start the evening watching traditional dancing then up 317 steps towards the fair. At the top of the steps is a small football ground where a ladies match is in progress, Athletic Bilbao v Real Scociadad. The home team wins 2-1. The fair is crowded but, have for me a terrifying ride on the big wheel before settling down on the grass to watch the excellent firework display, much better than last ...
... returning to
the ship. It was very windy and rainy when we got back so as much as I wanted
to go out and get some amazing food, I stayed on the ship to eat. After dinner,
I had a little impromptu jam session with my friend, Aaron, a guy named Thomas,
and a girl named Courtney. Aaron sat at the piano and played a repetitive chord
progression and we went around in a circle, taking turns exchanging phrases and
making up a song on the spot. It was very silly and ...
... with a whopping 8 hungover miles in the cold and dark mist while the sun couldn't decide whether or not it would come out from it's hiding place beyond the horizon.
That afternoon I headed to Bilbao after our final work meetings concluded to meet up with Matt, arriving at the bus station with only 10 minutes between us and we headed off to meet our AirBNB hostess in a cute 7th story flat in the centre of town. We set off after settling into ...
... station (my first in Spain) and painlessly got a ticket to the town of Haro, which I was told had a lot of bodegas. All over Europe these local buses are used instead of taking a car, so they are almost always full and slightly disorganized. This bus was just fine and even had a seat number, so I didn't have to push any old ladies down to get a seat. The trip took only a few hours and had spectacular views. Once at the town I asked at the bus station (really a ...