Hotel Palacio Urgoiti
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- Swimming pool
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... long the bus ride is and then I knew he wasn't feeling well. I know I shouldn't laugh but I think it's the funniest thing ever on how he went from having so much energy and spirit to "oh **** I'm going to vomit". In his defense though the roads were very windy and our ears kept popping. But we arrived at Bilbao and got breakfast at a cafe and it was delicious. Like all the orange juice here is fresh. They put oranges in a machine and juice it. Got a great breakfast with coffee, juice, ...
... to the main entrance where there is quite an interesting little exhibition of great bulls (heads only) and bullfighters. There is one of tomorrow's bullfighters posing for photos with people who want them, he is surprisingly small. We then make our way back to the old town stopping at a couple of bars before watching the fireworks from the Arenal Bridge. Great again. Back then to the Ham Bar and Txomino Borillio. Need to get small gift for Joan ...
... that night anyway! After we had our walking tour everyone had free time, so there were a bunch of us that decided to go pintxos hopping. I had a lot of meat pintxos and even tried the famous eel pintxos which is a delicacy in the Bask regions...it is in full supply though so everywhere we went there was some eel somewhere. After that we were dropped home on the coach and had a relatively early night. Tomorrow we are heading on an 8hr bus ride to Barcelona, stopping through Zaragoza on the ...
So I've been living in Spain for about 6 days now, and I truly love it. Sometimes it's hard for me to adapt to the culture, which makes it even more of an adventure! For example, today at breakfast we sat there for about an hour, while people were just drinking their coffee and dipping flour less cookie type things into it, while chatting and enjoying the morning. I am so not used to this. We live in a world where it's always go go go, I almost get ...
... for those boring vocabulary tests in high school on travel nouns), which is the main street in Chueca. It was full of awesome little shops, and the streets were full of people our age. Yes, I had found the Spanish hipsters, and they were everything I would hope a Spanish hipster would be. After doing a little shopping, we found a plaza were the very young, the very old, and the in-between were sitting at tables, playing, and drinking. Surrounded by old buildings and happy shouts ...