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- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Meal plan
- Free parking
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... wine. We relaxed the rest of the evening away doing some yoga out on the lawn with our Seattle friend, drinking wine and writing in our journals. This albergue was located on another spectacular and peaceful setting deep in the woods. These end of the day retreats allowed our bodies and minds to recover from a hard days work.
Remembering the two-day tease on the most luxurious beaches I've ever ...
... of my trip...going to San Sebastián, taking yet another overnight bus to get there, not staying in Madrid for Halloween (turns out I had found my inner party animal again...thanks Jill), not choosing to fly out of Madrid (to be fair, plans weren't finalized when I booked flights) and choosing to head to Casablanca a few days early (thanks Geckos tours for an expensive and ****** hotel). But small disappointments in the scheme of an overall amazing ...
Overcast today so coffee then listen to the midday concert, watch the competitions - cooking and 500kg weight drag for ladies. Up on the funicular railway to Artzanda. When we get there to the top it's pouring with rain which diminishes the impact of the panoramic views. However as the weather clears slightly we walk around. We decide not to eat at the top and eat in the homely ...
... the Canadian-born architect Frank Gehry in creating such an incredible structure, outside and inside.
Unfortunately the permanent display hall was closed till late afternoon, but we could look at the two top floors’ exhibitions. I loved the works by Georges Braque who was great friends with Picasso. His works were classified according to different styles of works produced in different periods of his life. What I liked in particular was the series of ...
... was fuzzy. I felt panicked. Laurie told me it was the wine; I am still not convinced. I'm starting to feel like an oompa loompa from the red wine. Enough shena****ns! The drive to Bilboa was beautiful. Very mountainous. This is a pretty area. The city itself isn't that great. It was big and busy. People weren't as nice. It had a lot of shops and restaurants, but the people weren't as willing to help you. Never seen the kids once. Guess ...