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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and some open roads – so on arrival its straight for a short lie down and reconsider options (there aren't any)
A bunch of Poms have arrived for a wine tour (by car) – sounded very civilised till about 10:00. By chance one couple were originally from Chislehurst. We are able to stand proud with our cycling prowess and sense of adventure (How on earth did you end up here?)– receiving ...
A short freeway drive to Bilbao for the Guggenheim Museum. The building is striking of course, and the Jeff Koons exhibition was occasionally striking or moving, including his iconic 'puppy' which at this time of summer was in full bloom. Another tapas lunch and then we drove to Haro, the capital of the Rioja wine region. The hotel the Coxes had booked is a fabulous use of ...
... I decided to give up, I couldn't find anywhere to pull safely off the road and so I had to go on. I was sliding about quite a bit but the van did really well, it even coped with hairpin bends on steep hills and with two inches of snow on the road. To say I was sitting rigidly at the wheel would be an understatement and most of the time I was to be heard talking to the van and telling it to 'get a grip', and it did. The very worst moment came as we approached the top of ...
... in the local dialect which we had no clue of, then said funky funky and laughed, well we all knew what that meant especially for us she ran a finger in and out of a circle made by her other hand. Luckily she then trotted off to the delight of all around even the waiter. We moved off to another couple of beers then a restaurant to eat, all watered and fed we traced our steps back to the hotel about ...
... br> After Getaria, it wasn't the prettiest place to be, and we were constantly worried about our lines, which had to be excessively long at high tide so that we wouldn't rip the cleats out of our deck at low tide. I had to work, but Mister Kitty went out to find a few essential supplies (read: alcohol) and found that the town itself was a lot nicer than the harbour. So I don't want to unfairly impugn Bermeo, but I can't whole-heartedly recommend it.