- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and a chocolate and apple crepe for 6 euros. We then went to the Guggenheim Museum which is supposedly a famous museum? I don't know but it was very neat. My favorite exhibit I managed to get a picture of because you weren't allowed to take photos. It was these column of words going up and down and overlapping with a blue light blinking behind it that was supposed to represent a mind and thoughts. The phrases were things like "my mother knows" and "I can smell you on me" and "I ...
... where a stage was set up and live bands were playing. We stopped into a bar on the way for some calimunchos (That's phonetically spelt by the way. Calimunchos is red wine mixed with coke and it's damn good) and got talking to a group of guys who run the local surf school. Later we headed to the square and met up with some more Busabouters. We spent a few hours dancing and listening to the music then when it was all over and the band was packing up we decided to head down to ...
... 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 ...
... each other before. Their goal was coming back to England by bike.
I went then to the Santiago's hostel which was a secondary school with beds instead of tables. After a shower and washing some clothes, I went shopping and joined some peregrines for dinner. I met a Austrian who left Slazburg 2 months ago and was cycling until Santiago de Compostela. I suggested him some alternatives to Santiago's route in the toughest parts that I passed ...
... individuals and as a couple, and like every person that ever did live we continue to work through the wild twists and turns that life throws at us from time to time. We drive for two hours just past Bilbao and then through the mountains on windy roads for thirty minutes or so, straight in to the heart of Basque Country, a small town called Lekeitio. This place has ETA written all over it. Literally. Graffiti and signs everywhere of FREEDOM, LIBERATION, ETA, ... posters of ...