Hotel Palacio Urgoiti
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- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... everything in the backpack and started uploading the photos for the blog of yesterday while sitting in the armchair by the window and watching daylight creep between the waves of rain beating the windows. Falling asleep with the fingers on the iPhone screen messing my words. Should go down to eat and have a coffee... Good long breakfast doing the next 67 photos. And that's it for Zumaia and Talasoterapia Zelai. See you next year! I am on Euskotren to Donostia San ...
... neighbourhood and picked the most crowded place. We squeeze ourselves into a small space where loads of yummy looking pintxos are colourfully lines up. 5 amazing pintxos (probably the best we've had) and glasses of chilled white wine. Ah, so good! Basque people truly know good food!! It was a nice end of the day and the tour.
Tomorrow we will have to wake up at ungodly hour... Our flight out of Bilbao departs at 7am. Arg... so not looking forward to it. Oh well.
... a binding referendum from Spain.
When in Bilbao we immediately saw an outdoor restaurant and decided to have an afternoon tea and drink, as there were musicians playing lovely classical music. It seemed so relaxing sitting and admiring the city with a beer in one hand and a baguette in the other.
After about half an hour we went walking around and had a lovely time. The architecture of many of the buildings was beautiful and the engineering ...
I got my ticket for the bus, which was really cheap (€6) and in two hours I was here in Bilbao. My hostel was a little bit out of town, but it was dead easy to find being just two train stops away. I got to my single room and passed out for the better part of an hour. It may not seem like much, but considering I can never take naps, I was happy to get a bit of rest. At about 3pm I decided to try to make the ...
... Madrid via train to Alicante. My sister and her husband who live in England were vacationing in southern Spain and they invited us to join them. We're staying with them at their condo in Alicante. It's a charming little place with a rooftop deck with a view of the sea from afar. For dinner we had barbeque, salad and sangrias at the rooftop.
6/11 Our hosts drove us around the nearby towns and beaches. We stopped for churos and chocolate at a cafe ...