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... available a board walk plus a dedicated bike path going a few kilometers each way.......into town and out into the countryside. Too bad they did not have bike rentals available for us to use.
I don't know how we managed to not shop for any T shirts although we intended to especially because we are running out of clean clothes (I always under pack). The sink is small and you can rinse out undies but T shirts are ...
... put over 1,500 miles (and around $200 in tolls) on a wonderful Diesel Peugeot 308, voted car of the year. In France, the views are beautiful and green with inviting cute medical villages beckoning you to explore them. Not as many vineyards as we would have expected. Mostly sunflower fields (regretfully already dried out) and corn fields...for feed for their white cattle and sheep. Yes, almost all of the cattle are white. In Spain, we passed thousands of acres of ...
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Cambados to Isla de Toja and Pontevedra (Day Trip). Taking advantage of the car we visited a couple of sights close to Cambados. 150 Km and around 4 hours including stops
Cambados to Santiago de Compostella (Day Trip). 140 Km and around 3 hours travelling
Cambados to Ribadeo with a stop in A Coruna. 300 Km and around 4 hours including stops.
Ribadeo to Gijon with drives through coastal villages Tapia de Casiergo, Luarca, and Cudillero. We ...
... more of a funeral than a wedding venue. Wednesday April 8th So we were traveling south again towards Spain, we had another night stopover in France before arriving in San Sebastián Thursday afternoon. We loaded up and set off, we stopped in a little town, bought some pate from the butcher and some bread from the baker and we'd got ourselves a little picnic for lunch. That's the great thing about France, it seems you can stop in nearly any little town and still ...
... the streets of Bilbao with my heavy bag pack looking for my hostel made me sweat like a pig! Luckily my hostel called Ganbara, was just a few minutes away from the tube station and it was well located in Bilbao's Old Town and next to the river Nervión. As I arrived at my hostel I was greeted by a Rastafarian guy who was very nice to me, because apparently I made my booking for August rather than July, but he soon fixed the problem. When I arrived at my dorm it ...