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Basque Country: Planning

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I'm thinking trip planning for Basque country, and would welcome any suggestions about itinerary. Looking at 3 weeks; renting a car where necessary; any time of the year (in the next 14 months); budget would be up to EUR 200/night accommodation. DH's great-great-great was Basque, so this is kind of special. Not really into hiking (though "The Way" was compelling) or skiing; definitely interested in museums, history, and food. More aligned to the ocean than the mountains, but mountains are splendid. I speak French, but not Spanish. Basque? Er, No.

I'll certainly be reviewing posted reports, but it's Christmas Eve, and I was just considering what I would really like to find, under the tree: the next trip; clean slate!

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