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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 ...
spend an all-nighter going from restaurant to bar to bar and take a train back
this morning. They never booked a hotel. I was amazed at how adventurous they
were! They looked pretty good....and peppy, too, I might add, for having been up
all night and on their feet in those high heels for all that time.
Last night, I went out to dinner here in Getxo with my friends, Miller and Courtney, both
of whom go to Vanderbilt University. I will have to ...
... the main ridge and almost still echoe with the sound of mules and hand carts. The town hall is decorated with gigantic busts of towns folks, satirical and grotesque. one with spectacles peered down on us, another rather crudely satirised a North African migrant.
Walking back to the van we came across a gilded bird, the Spanish delight in keeping canaries and songbirds in inhumanly small cages near their windows. The pretty notes painfully tickled down onto the ...
Rose early around 8am to find Happy out and about – he was up at the crack of dawn. We figured out the coffee machine, and after a cup of joe we jumped on some bikes and went for a morning ride. Tide was up and the river was teeming with fish, we just couldn't figure out what they were (although they looked to be in the mullet family.) We headed up the castle, took a few pictures and struck up a conversation with a local who was out for an early morning trail ride as well. ...
... On the other side was a market set up with items ranging from dates, nuts, cheese, salami, jewelry, clothing, belts, leather goods.
The Old Quarter is a fun place to walk, check out the many little shops. Again, all cobblestone walkways. We wanted to find some place for lunch and finally settled on one place near our shuttle bus stop. Everything was in Spanish, no one spoke English. We saw they had a special of the ...