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... walked downtown then crossed the river again and this time Tom was able to get the photos he wanted. We then had lunch at the café at the Guggenheim before exploring the city some more. Yet another early night but we are both slowly getting better.
Bilbao is an amazing place. Nearly all the buildings, bridges, trams, lighting. etc. have a sculptural feel to them.
... 00 pm, with more than 10,000 runners expected to compete.
Unfortunately, that day we visited the museum one complete floor was closed in preparation for a new exhibit, but armed with senior discount tickets and audio guides, we started our tour. Most of the first floor was a permanent exhibition by Richard Sierra called the Matter of Time. These colossal free standing steel plate exhibits were awesome. Sorry, no photos allowed, but they were so large ...
... music beaming out at the same time. Doesn't really sound that great when I write it but was amazingly well done and all of them very talented. Very cool. The upper levels of the museum were given over to an exhibition on some guy we hadn't heard of and... Yoko Ono. It was a bit weird but kind of interesting. Best part was this perspex maze that people could walk through, which was only cool because some little kid absolutely nailed himself ...
... but Castilian. He outlawed a lot of stuff as he was a dictator. Anyway, he outlawed these other languages. But in Basque Country if you were caught speaking Basque on the street, you would be shot. It is unfortunate that older people in this area tend not to be able to speak their regional language, which, I was told, is the oldest living language in Europe. It is being taught in schools now, so the younger generations speak it. But I digress, back to Franco. It seemed ...
... pens and scraps of paper. Visitors were encouraged to
write down their wishes and hang them on the tree. My friend Sarah and I put up
one that said, "We wish for nothing because we have everything we need."
I got a delicious goat cheese and caramelized onion sandwich in the Guggenheim bistro
and a Basque cake. Mmm so good! Outside were two works by Jeff Koons-"Tulips"
and "The Puppy," which is a 60-foot tall statue of a puppy made of flowers,