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... and making sure it's extraordinary.
The giggle of the day comes in the form of a manikin dressed up as a traffic controller with battery operated arm swinging a red flag. Couldn't believe our eyes then saw a few more. Cheaper than wages I suppose and certainly no holier than thou attitude of the ones that stand on our roads.
The pics again tell today's ...
... had a strong dislike for the Northern region of his country, as in 1937, during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), he allowed Hitler to bomb a small village called Guernica,annihilating it, to test out his Luftwaffe (bomber planes) for WWII. It also seemed that Franco and Hitler saw the same barber. For pictures and more info, see below.
google his name and look at images too. The picture on Wikipedia ...
It was a nice easy trip again from Getaria to Bermeo, although the wind wasn't exactly being our friend and we had to use the motor most of the way.
Theoretically there's supposed to be a new marina in Bermeo; we checked its website and it had pictures and everything, but when we got there there was nothing of the sort. However, there was a high and intimidating looking harbour wall which yachts are apparently allowed to tie up to, so we set ...
... would be partying in Pamplona, as I was eager to meet a few Mexicans to party like a Mexican of course! Although the first time I spoke about the bull running was with my Spanish family, who told me not to run as it was dangerous, I promised them I wouldn't as at that time I was genuinely planning on not running, just watching.
Anyway back to Bilbao, the next morning I went for a traditional Spanish breakfast, churros with hot chocolate, the place where ...
... br> And then, we had a bit of a bonus, because it turns-out that today was some special day, and therefore we had free entry.
So we wandered through and "oohed" and "ahhhed" at everything, and were quite fascinated with an exhibition there by a guy called Richard Serra, who I seem to recall I cast aspersions upon a while back. Several of his exhibits were just amazing - there was a series of huge "works" that were just massive - they were a series of beautiful compound-curved ...