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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the main draw card there is the Guggenheim Museum, although I found the town really beautiful nestled in the surrounding hills and next to a river. I only had one full day in the city and it was my first rainy day, so I walked for a few hours in the morning then retreated to the hostel to plan the next week’s busses and hostels.
While at the hostel I met a 73 year old German woman who was about to embark on a hike to Santiago ...
... city, and their owners are somewhat slapdash with their pooper-scoopers, so the mountain is an exercise in careful treading. But epic views and 30 degree sunshine - Baz & I trying all the while to minimise possible sunglasses tans.
We'd slept in til midday, so we hit the Old Town on the way down and sample the most incredible pintxos at La Cuchara De San Telmo - ...
... nice to have access to a shower and to plug the car in to recharge all that needed recharging.
Frank & Charlotte texted and said they were about 20 minutes away in the town of Somo so we headed there to say goodbye as they were catching the ferry from Santander to the UK the same evening. We continued on towards Gijon and following the storm rider surf guide we headed to a surf ...
... surprising architecture of the old town but the 19th century shopping district stood out elegantly and attractively as reminders of a richer grander Spain.
Royalty had holiday palaces here and so SS became ...
Today we drove to Bilboa to see the Guggenheim - it was slightly wow and worth the detour through the town. I got to see a Frank Gehry building. I have also seen what is said to be one of the world's most spectacular buildings, it is clad in titanium so it was shiny too.
Daddy C was driving which was good as Bilboa has some smallish streets, and we had to use them cos daddy D wanted to take photo's from over the river - figures. Daddy C was ...