Abba Parque Hotel
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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Wake up in the hostel in the morning, horrible nights sleep as the room didn't have air conditioning, and to make it worse I have no clean clothes! Tobeck and I venture out in the morning to go buy some for me which will be refunded by the airline only to discover than in Spain everything is closed on Sunday's... It just keeps getting better! Bit of a rainy day in Bilbao ...
... of the band was playing a acoustic guitar in a bathtub. It was kinda of weird but wonderful. On the third floor there was an exhibit of a selection of paintings from famous arts including Rothko, Picasso, Goya etc., but the exhibits on the first floor were my favorite.
In front of the museum, there a very famous canine statue made from potted flowers by Jeff Koon. It was supposed to be a temporary exhibit when the museum opened, but the locals liked it so ...
... potato crops and apparently, according to Adam, our tour guide, bears and foxes live in the forest. There was a prize for the first person to snap a picture of a brown bear in the forest and Jimmy tried to put one over Adam by showing him a pic of a brown bear he had seen on a recent holiday in America! Although we did not have time to take a ride, the Artxanda Funicular will take you to the top of one of the hills ...
Today we explored Bilbao. We walked to the Guggenheim Museum which is a truly iconic building. The various shapes and titanium panelled roof is inspiring. The enormous atrium ground floor is four levels high with what looks like enormous hanging genitals. Yoko Ono's collection was less inspiring We walked along the river to the old quarter and finally returned to our hotel through the main shops and some retail ...
... pretty nice. The restaurant was in a cool old building, and I have a suspicion that it turns into a disco club at night.
We walked back through the gorgeous city and to the bus. I think I slept the whole way back to Madrid, or Txarlie was really going fast because suddenly I was back at the hotel. We finally had a free night! The excursions are part of Deusto’s study abroad system – to get full credit for your courses, you have to go on them. And I ...