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Great little hotel, staff very friendly and helpful. Right at the edge of the old town, great location.
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... temperature a bit nippy. We headed north to Bilbao (bill-BOW - rhymes with cow). We went through the forest and the mountains. When we arrived in Bilbao we parked behind the Guggenheim museum. We had a little time outside the museum to take pictures of the spectacular architecture. The building is supposed to be reminiscent of ships at sea. It is a museum of contemporary art. It is built along the river in an area that was ...
... and I wouldn't let him do it. I saw him later in the day and he said that he would still do it to me. I'm avoiding him at the moment. Along with the group of Koreans, is a little older lady who we have nick named 'Turtle'. She is very slow but catches up to us at every stop. We pass her many times throughout the day and everytime we pass her she shouts, 'Buen Camino', with a huge smile on her face. It didn't take us ...
... tonight trying to get a good viewing spot.
So thats all for now, I'm going to try to work on a few other posts and get a few pictures up while enjoying my new favorite drink, an Irish Coffee. I hope you all are having a great summer and look forward to sharing my experiences with you in person! :)
July 7th – Sunday
Woke early and headed ...
Spain is beautiful, filled with beautiful people. My life is charmed & lucky as usual. I met 2 women who were my companions last night: Debbie is a tourism professional from England, living in Malaga, Spain. A literal tour guide for English speakers! Priscilla is a retired MD from Des Moines, IA. Of course! We had tapas & wine at amazingly cheap prices. Vegetarian options ...
... leaves you with a nasty big infected hole somewhere, or leaves you bleeding to death). We then went out to the streets to try and find a parade that was apparently on however we couldn’t find it so after 15mins we gave up and went to get breaky. Breaky was just coffee/tea with custard croissants as that was all that was available until later (they don’t have tea with milk here so when I asked for milk he ...