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Bilbao centre is a mish-mash of roadworks and contraflow. Maybe they don't want us to leave. My TomTom was nearly in tears. Saw several cars/vans from the ferry more than once before I decided to just head east for a couple of miles and let it recalculate.
1700. Hells teeth, who ordered a tropical rainstorm? Several bikes parked ...
... but the old town
on the hill is honestly somewhat of a museum village that was nearly deserted.
I suspect the shops and restaurants in the village only open on weekends and in
summer for day trippers and second home owners who want to experience quaint.
The tourist office was able to give me a map of the village’s sights but none
were open. Although entirely medieval in appearance the settlement there dates
from the Roman era and a Roman arch remains.
... br> in northern Europe when it seemed like few people spoke English. My friends
Jesus and Mariangeles told me their four-year old son Lope now gets nine hours
of English every week in his kindergarten, although he was quite shy about
talking with me (I shouldn’t complain; I’m the same way when it comes to trying
to speak in Spanish). This all occurred to me because English has not made it
to the rural areas of Guadalajara province yet.
... it to Col D'Aubisque where we were greeted by more views, more cyclists and the three large Tour de France bike jersey sculptures: King of the Mountain, Tour Leader and the Sprinter. Pito climbing up on one looked like he was on top of the mountain and the world! Driving back into Spain the Alpine hills slowly became drier and dotted with Pine trees. It's amazing how one landscape transforms to another as soon there were lots of pine trees and the soil red and ...
Having left Sayalonga during the most stunning sunrise of our trip we then had a beautiful drive north through central Spain via Granada and Jaen. The province of Jaen produces the majority of Spanish olives and there are spectacular groves as far as the eye can see. We stopped for fuel just after Madrid and discovered a slight problem ,a 'pinchazo'
. Deep joy. Come on, you don't know what a flat tyre is in ...