Hotel San Roman de Escalante
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Once again we had a filling breakfast before venturing out into the cooler morning. The day warmed up and was the most humid we have experienced this trip.
Today was also our most energetic. We walked for hours!
First stop was across the river so Tom could take photos of the Guggenheim Museum – however the sun was in the wrong place. We stayed on the other side of the river and walked to the ...
... the mountains is pretty with views of the beaches in the last 30 minutes. We arrive at Zarauz at 11.00, it's sunny and 'layering' proves well worth it! As we sit on the seafront for coffee and strip down to shorts and suntop. We wander east along the promenade before retracing our footsteps to start the 3.5k walk to Getaria. It''s warm, sunny and the walk is ...
... down towards the river. We found our way and reached finally reached the river. We then found the funicular that would take us more than twice as high as we were before. Unfortunately it was quite hazy so the view wasn't as clear as I had hoped it would be. Got it back down again and got the metro to Plentzia, a beach on the Bay of Cantabria which is in the Bay of Biscay. The metro goes a ...
... Guggenheim Museum, designed by renowned American architect Frank Gehry. Considered as one of the most important contemporary structures in the world, the Basque Government and the City of Bilbao paid out millions to subsidize the construction. Many people were highly critical of the expense, but it has paid back ...
... in use. On our way back to the car a parade of expensive cars – Ferraris, Porsches, Lamborghinis and a Corvette (?) passed us to park in a plaza. Obviously there are some here not suffering financially. While it was not the Ferrari of fishing villages as we were led to believe it was a village with Ferraris!
Now off to see the Museo de Altamira, a museum of prehistoric cave ...