Parador de Limpias
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... minds and had taken a hotel as it was to late and tried to contact us but Andrea's Iphone had a flat battery and they didn't have my number, shame) We walked a bit more and had something to eat and than took the bus back to the camping. 30th We get a little fed up with the weather (spoiled as we are), so we hoped it would get better driving to San Sebastián. After a few hours of mountains, rubbishy weather we got to a camping again somewhere up the mountain ...
... with where I had just been. What comes hand in hand with traffic volume is road condition, our roads are not in as good state as the majority I had encountered in France and Spain, Morocco however was also not in their league. It does make sense though when you think about it. Our beautiful country is a lot smaller with more people so our roads are busier and exposed to more wear and tear. I guess we could all pay more taxes to improve my motorcycling ...
... me s******ing at a piece of 'art' and getting a very angry look from a French man, it's maybe just as well we didn't go inside! There's a funicular railway that takes you to the top of a small mountain on the edge of Bilbao. We went at twilight and got some beautiful views of the city below. The lights were beginning to twinkle and the distant mountains were lined with a haze of orange from the setting sun. For dinner we got Domino's pizza ...
This weekend I was lucky enough to go on 2 day trips... Saturday I went to Bilbao with two other Au Pairs and Sunday I went to Potes with my host family.
Bilbao is a city about an hour and a half East of Santander. It was a beautiful city with a great river walk, historic downtown and an upbeat city center. We started the day by going to the Guggenheim Museum (I didn't realize before today, that I have also been to ...
... On the other side was a market set up with items ranging from dates, nuts, cheese, salami, jewelry, clothing, belts, leather goods.
The Old Quarter is a fun place to walk, check out the many little shops. Again, all cobblestone walkways. We wanted to find some place for lunch and finally settled on one place near our shuttle bus stop. Everything was in Spanish, no one spoke English. We saw they had a special of the ...