Hotel Zenit Bilbao
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... around the town. It was a really family friendly atmosphere, and while street drinking was permitted, there wasn't really many doing it, and there didn't seem to be any really drunk people around.
We arrived in Bilbao by train, and after a short rest, we met our city greeter. A free tour guide, actually free... volunteer. She was pretty fun. We learnt a bit about Bilbao, but not as much as a proper tour, more like if ...
... Town and set off there. It was very quiet in the new town since nothing seems to open on a Sunday but we found a little bakery that was open and grabbed some fresh squeezed orange juice and some snacks. It was a couple of k’s to the old town and pretty much all of it was dead until we started seeing more tourists as we got nearer the bridge that separates the new town from the old town. The old town was filled with tourists as normal, but ...
... look like they're hundreds of years old with mountains in the background.
If you happen to be in Basque Country some day, you may even say aloud to a Basque, "I feel like I am in another country." And they will remind you that you are: you are in Basque Country. The national pride here runs deep, understandably so. The Basques have wanted to be separate from Spain ever since I can remember. Don't call these lovely people Spaniards or Castilians. They are Basques and ...
spend an all-nighter going from restaurant to bar to bar and take a train back
this morning. They never booked a hotel. I was amazed at how adventurous they
were! They looked pretty good....and peppy, too, I might add, for having been up
all night and on their feet in those high heels for all that time.
Last night, I went out to dinner here in Getxo with my friends, Miller and Courtney, both
of whom go to Vanderbilt University. I will have to ...
... in the 10th century. Over time numerous chapels were added to create a massive structure with varying rooflines an impressive main steeple and several notable mini steeples or towers. Included in the Cathedral were artworks and sculptors from notable and famous artists. Many of the works were commissioned by the B ishops of the day. One can only imagine the employment that was created and ...