Novotel Bilbao Exhibition Center
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Having spent over 50 EUR on 4 litres of oil, we headed off on our longest single drive of the holiday to our hotel for the night in Bilbao. Yummi performed amazingly well however and we cruised the empty highways, watching the landscape turn to desert and back again, without any further top ups. We stopped a couple of times and the difference in …
Once again we had a filling breakfast before venturing out into the cooler morning. The day warmed up and was the most humid we have experienced this trip.
Today was also our most energetic. We walked for hours!
First stop was across the river so Tom could take photos of the Guggenheim Museum – however the sun was in the wrong place. We stayed on the other side of the river and walked to the ...
... are very keen to include some of the feature ceilings in our renovation – not quite sure if our ceilings are THAT high!! I also gleaned some ideas for the garden – perhaps if we turn our jungle into a formal garden, we might be selected for the next Garden Walk (yeah, right, I hear you say)! Anyway, every room was so ornate that it could have been an exhibition on its own – it really was overwhelmingly ...
... Spanish dialects in Spain, like Gallego, so they call the main dialect Castellano. In Pais Vasco, they speak Euskara, which in English we would call Basque, and the Spanish call Vasco. Euskara is NOTHING like Spanish. It isn’t a dialect of Spanish – in fact, Euskara is one of the only languages in the world with no known origin, as its roots do not trace back to Greek, Latin, or Hebrew. No one knows where it came from, but it is still spoken today in Pais Vasco, and ...
So the day starts with a bit of breaky before we break camp. Not bad, just over an hour and we're ready to go, achieved even with a very grumpy Daisy hindering procedures. We then set off to the sounds of our holiday theme tunes, Pump It (Black eyed peas) and Rock Star (Pink), which we now play at the start of every car journey. We took the coastal road west of Zarautz, which was really nice and then took the motorway to Bilbao.
Bilbao, what can I say? Well it might be because ...