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... Coll took control and we had to visit this incredible architectural construction NOW! It is called a museum,.. though a more apt name might be 'Art Gallery'. There was nothing museumey about the Guggenheim,.. it was all art. Three HUGE floors with a large quantity of works on display. The building is a piece of art in its own right,.. and most visitors, both local and international come to marvel at this amazing construction,.. as well as the art on display. ...
... flower that helped reanimate the city". I had heard that the outside was so spectacular, the exhibits themselves had stiff competition for attention. We did enjoy a few of the exhibits but must confess to finding the exterior more intriguing.
In researching the Camino, there were words or expressions that struck me at various times, and so I made a list and thought I would reflect on these words during our journey. One of my words is 'acceptance' ...
... the teams and all the supporters frequent those pubs on "game days". Most of the action was about 100 yards from our B&B. We also needed to decide how to transfer our luggage to our last venue, the Holiday Inn close to the airport since our flight was leaving at 7am. We were going to use the locker at the bus terminal, but after looking at them, decided against it. While in this part of town we looked around at some of the old and new buildings. One building was ...
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 ...
... structure of the bridge is painted white and the bridge deck consists of translucent glass bricks that light up at night. Unfortunately we were there in the afternoon and our hotel is about a 30 minute drive out of the city so we did not see it at night with the deck lit up. The Zubizuri was opened to pedestrian and bicycle traffic in 1997, the same time the Guggenheim Museum opened. With access ramps and stairways on both banks ...