Abba Parque Hotel
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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.
We left Madrid in our ALSA bus right on time yesterday afternoon, and arrived in Bilbao at 7:45pm. The countryside between the two cities was primarily agricultural with acres and acres of olive trees. We found our way to our apartment (Arriaga Suites) in the old town via fancy tramway system. We rang the manager, Maria, when we arrived and soon found ourselves inside a very modern apartment in an old renovated building with very old wooden beams and studs reinforced ...
We're going a bit back in time here as we have actually left Spain at the end of the last post however, the second day of our Gexto stay (as mentioned) we headed in to Bilbao. We were super early in the hopes to find a walking tour however we couldn’t find it anywhere. It potentially could have been a Spanish tour as we saw a few of those walking around but all in all we had no luck. Change of plans meant we ended up going to the famed ...
There were two exhibits: George Braque and Yoko Ono. I think we all know who Yoko Ono is, but George Braque basically started the cubism movement with Pablo Picasso. Both of the shows were fantastic, even Yoko Ono's show. I really wanted to hate her show, but it just proved what a complex and sensitive person she is. She was doing performance art a good ten years before it ...
... Braque's work. He was an early 20th century
artist who played a major role in developing the avant-garde art movement and
Cubism. The entire third floor had John Lennon's wife, Yo Ko Ono's artwork.
That was the weirdest of all. When modern art gets to that level, I start to
get angry because I feel like the artist is insulting my intelligence and
wasting my time. Probably the strangest thing I saw there was a video on loop
of a close up shot of ...