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Bike Trip through the North of Spain
Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-01 04:09:09 (via translate.google.com)
Here I wrote all the situations and events happened during the trip I realized cycling from San Sebastian to a town near my grandma's village in Soria.

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Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-11 03:49:44
so how long was your road after all? it probably takes a great effort to take such a trip, doesn't it?
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Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-11 17:22:26
In the blog I don't explain the back trip because it just took me 2 days to go from the end of this trip back to San Sebastian, there is nothing interesting to talk about but kilometers and kilometers of roads.

 
Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-11 17:22:55
it took me just those 6 days I've divided the trip in. In my counter-speed appearded 655kms, but checking in Google maps it just shows about 560 kms, that is a huge difference.

I want to thank u for reading my adventure.
Submitted by lisa on 2008-12-11 05:04:04
is Spain really as beautiful as they say it is? Is it really a country full of passion and energy?
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Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-11 17:30:30
It really is, and is a country that must be visited at least once in live.

Can find everything u need, from relax areas in mountains to popular beaches and music clubs in best cities.

Barcelona, Madrid, Sevilla, Valencia, Malaga, Bilbao, Santiago de Compostela and .... of course San Sebastian (my town) with the most famous beach in Spain; also Mallorca and Ibiza (in Balear Islands) and the Canary Islands.

There are thousands of places worth to be seen

And food in Spain is one of the best in the whole world. Many expensive restaurants in the States have Spanish cooks (this is just and example but there are hundreds more).
Submitted by Anonymous on 2008-12-11 10:21:02
I don't live in mainland Spain but in the Canary Islands on Tenerife, which is very popular with cyclists. The islands have amazing countryside and I know that much of mainland Spain does too. I have an article with photos about Tenerife here:

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Submitted by pablo on 2008-12-12 06:07:44
I read the article very carefully and i must say it is very well written, though the google translator makes sometime awkward translations))) Anyway it is really a great trip and I say it as a lover and fan of bicycling. by the way i've heard there are some great destinations and routes for bicycling in Spain, true?
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Submitted by lumipozo on 2008-12-13 12:34:23
thnx for your comment and possitive critics, haha.

Answering to your question about the cycling routes, there are not many that are exclusive for cyclists; but most of us don't care riding beside vehicles.
In general car drivers respect clyclist quite a lot and thers is not much risk when clycling by the road
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