- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Apparently Bilbao is a hub for these pilgrims because I met a pair of Korean girls who had just finished a 800 odd km walk from France to Spain in 35 days, this German woman as well as two other German girls who were about to do it! The Korean girls laughed at how big my 17kg bag was, in comparison to their 7kg packs! Talk about luxury travel vs roughing it! These ladies made my sort of travelling seem like a 5 star cruise.
... que nous sommes allés admirer après avoir escalader une falaise assez difficile d'accès. Voici une explication du "flysch": Le spectacle commence lorsque la marée descend. C'est à ce moment là que les falaises qui séparent Zumaia de Deba ne reçoivent plus le harcèlement incessant des vagues et que les eaux se retirent doucement et la plateforme de rochers sablonneux, calcaires, marnes ...
... that shows no signs of Spain's exonomic woes. Tonight, we return to the old city to tackle our first meal of tapas and/or racions. Despite the return of light drizzle, hundreds of people of all ages are out walking and eating. We find the city square and select plates of tapas from the bar of the first bar - 2.00€ a piece for frittata clices, crumbed prawns, chorizo pieces, stuffed red pepper and jamon on breadstick... Dinner for 8.00€! Loving so much about this ...
... pintxos. We made a small salad, a tortilla (kind of a quiche with egg and potato and we added a type of sausage), and a pintxo that layers a slice of baguette, seta (a thin mushroom that we cooked), champinon (a regular mushroom), a 1/2 of a cherry tomato, and topped with a small shrimp. We put a sauce on it that was made from olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and cilantro put into a food processor. YUM! The word "pintxos" (singular="pintxo") ...
... Spain ... through La Parte Vieja (old town), across the Urumea River, and over by the surfer's beach, Playa Zurriola. There really is something in the Spanish sun that rejuvenates the mind and the body - it's like how Earth's sun gives Superman his super powers! How else can you explain the feeling I have strolling in Spain, the sensation of walking on air? If there was only some way to capture that feeling, stick it in a bottle, and sell it - ...