Followed the Road by the Side of the River, between two Rows of Mountains, untill
We opened upon Bilboa. We saw the Sugar Loaf some time before. This is a Mountain,
in the shape of a Piramid, which is called the Sugar Loaf. The Town is surrounded
with Mountains.—The Tavern where We are is tolerable, situated between a Church and
a Monastry. We have been entertained with the Musick of the Convent since our Arrival.
Soon after our Arrival Captain Babson and Capt. Lovat made Us a Visit. Lovat is bound
for America, the first Wind, and Babson very soon, both in Letters of Mark.
Took a Walk, down the River, which is pleasant enough.
While We were absent our Walk, Mr. Gardoqui and Son came to visit me.1