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... which we wandered through and around, down many of the lanes and narrow streets all lined with shops. Most were still operating though some shops were for rent or sale. We found the market at Ribera. This is a fresh food market, especially with lots of fish. The building has a wonderful glass ceiling and stained glass feature walls.
Tom enjoyed his first ice cream in the plaza outside the Santiago ...
... 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 ...
... didn’t know if it was due to the holiday or what was going on but it was like a big old ghost town. Very weird. We headed back into Getxo around 2pm that day – which eerily you’ve already read about!
Two days later we headed back into Bilbao for another look around. We needed to sort out our tickets to escape Spain and get into France which was proving to be ridiculously difficult considering they are right next to each ...
... the full effect of the mustache that two out of three dead dictators of that era prefer.
Bilbao is so unlike the rest of Spain. Well, Spain itself is very small. Look at a map and compare it to Texas. I want to say it's smaller. The culture varies so much in this country smaller than the size of Texas. Can any Texans out there provide the readers with an example of a cultural variance between say, north Texas and south Texas so we can compare?
Ok, so ...
Robin and Katie. It only took a few hours to get there by road. Biarritz became
a popular holiday destination when Napoleon III built a seaside palace for his
wife, Empress Eugenie. It is now the Hôtel du Palais. We walked along the beach
and the promenade. There were beautiful rocky formations out in the water. I
had a delicious Nutella crepe at the lighthouse, where there was a sundial.
I've never seen one like it before. It was a circle ...