Pension Mendez I Y II
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- High-speed internet in room
- Concierge desk
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... by this city. We chose not to take a tour so just took the shuttle which was a 35 minute bus ride into the town centre. There was FREE WiFi throughout the city just like in Helsinki and other cities in Europe (far ahead of us).
This place is the economic center of the Basque Country in northern Spain. It was built on steelworks and shipbuilding but since the construction of the Guggenheim Museum in 1997 it has ...
Bayonne The last village in France and the first Basque community we visited. It's Monday, so the museum we planned to visit is closed. We had hoped to learn about the basque people, language ( all signs so far have been in both Spanish and Basque), the food, religion and culture. Oh well, will have to do it by osmosis and Wikipedia (which indicates that the basque culture predates all other European cultures). Architecture is quite different as you can see. Throughout ...
After yesterday's gorgeous weather we woke up to a cloudy day that looks like it might just rain. Our tour today is of Bilbao and Getxo, two cites in the northern region of Spain near the France border where iron ore is produced. Getxo is divided into two parts. The rich and the working class. There is a bridge that divides the city known as the "Bizkaia Bridge". It is a unique bridge that transport ...
... Amanda says the houses are so gorgeous she just wants to pick them up and eat them, I know what she means but there again I reckon she thinks they're made of marzipan. We drove around a while and then ended up in Sarlat, this was a great place with medieval buildings and narrow zigzagging cobbled streets that went up and down and seemed to interconnect, so one minute you were lost and the next back where you started. We treated ourselves to a classic French three course lunch ...
... me bringing my suitcase on board. "Hand luggage only!" he screamed, while trying to block the way of two hysterically crying German girls.
Er, as if, Mr. My Big Fat Greek Wedding. Me and my ginormous suitcase AND my hand luggage (both soaked, both - mortifyingly - leopardskin) are coming on board, thank you. Seeing as he nearly made me miss my flight, I reckon he owed me.
But bien sur, upon arrival at the airport, I was told that my hand luggage was now too big ...