No I will not talk about my 25 year old neighbor that everyone keeps insisting to invite her to the cinema. Neither I will talk about the queen Victoria that ruled over Great Britain in the 19th century.
I'm talking about Vitoria-Gasteiz. The first problem when Rodrigo and Afonso will have when they arrive there is how to call the name of the town... It's Gasteiz if you are talking to a basque person, Vitoria if you are talking to some other Spanish person... more or like Derry and Londonderry in Northern Ireland. They might end with their tires flattened if they call the wrong name.
Vitoria is the perfect subject when you are in the final question of "Who wants to be a millionaire" and you got the following question: "What is the capital of the basque country. A: Bilbao B: San Sebastian C: Vitoria D:None of the above" because it is not the capital but it has the title Home of Basque Communities. The right answer would be D, Basques have no capital concept (Madrid is the capital and Basque country is not a country just a region).
Another thing that will help amuse this trip is that Rodrigo and Afonso will not be able to be 30 kilometers away of anything while in Basque territory, neither 40, 50 ,60.... the Basque numeration is different from any other in Europe, the numbers are base 20 so 30 kilometers would be twenty ten, 40 will be two twenty, 50 -> two twenty ten and so on. Due to two of the Basque regions are in France, the French incorporated this rule in their numeration and that's why you say 80 as "quatre-vingt" (in Belgium and Switzerland there is still the concept of "octante" as eighty).
PS: Beethoven dedicated his Opus 91 to Vitoria. The music is known the as "The Battle of Victoria" in honour to the Napoleonic Battle that took there.