The museum of Archaeology is located in a beautiful 16th century building. The artifacts date from prehistory through the Middle Ages and tell about the city and the area of Alava. The signs are in Spanish, but you can get an English pamphlet that helps a little.
Tues.-Fri. 10-2 and 4-6:30
Plaza de la Virgen Blanca
This plaza is considered the heart of Vitoria. Certainly if you visit here awhile, you will notice that you seem to encounter this plaza many times on your travels to and fro.
This monument is to commemorate the duke of Wellington's defeat of Napolean's army in 1813.
The Reception moves on to the disco!
"Dance, dance, dance!"
The music never stops!
A sorbet is served between the fish and beef course.
"Men Get Goofy"
A heavy rock song got the men out on the dance floor playing air-guitar!
After the reception ended the party moved on to the Discoteca Jovi's on Calle Beato Tomas de Zumarraga.
Two things to say:
1. I was surprised when a new acquaintance blithely took my drink from me and had a swig. She saw my look and said it was okay, everyone did it. So for the rest of the night if I was thirsty, well, I just took someone's drink.
2. Around midnight, servers circled the floor with platters of fruit- grapes, oranges, and strawberries. That energy fix helped to keep us dancing!
"Two Wild And Crazy Guys"
Neither knew the other's language, but it didn't stop these two from having a good time together!