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- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
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... could walk through them. I'm sure there is some information on-line. On this same floor there was a film and video exhibit consisting of a 60 minute video of a rock musician (Ragnar Kjatansson) and his friends who made a video based on a song by ABBA called the "Visitors". Each musician was in a different room of a huge 200 year mansion in upstate NY, and musicians were connected via headphones only, so that they could hear what the other musicians were playing. ...
... a perspex panel when he got disorientated. It was so loud in the quiet room and everyone just cracked up including all the security guards.
After the museum we had our packed lunch sandwich and a coffee which bought Jamie back from the dead as she was close feeling really faint. I had a quick play on the most amazing kids adventure playground ever, and just went for a stroll around the streets for a couple of hours. Bilbao was really ...
... with some wine, and of course a cigarette.
If you happen to be in Basque Country some day, you will notice that it is lush and green. That the sky is a dramatic mix of sun and clouds that changes all day, everyday. There is no Arabian architecture. These differences from the rest of Spain are a pleasure to enjoy from your train window. All of a sudden, you're on the side of a cliff, gazing out at green hills with evergreens and dotted with small stone ...
... the bells started to peel, and they rang for 15 minutes. It was deafening! The square is surrounded by coffee shops, restaurants and bars plus the odd souvenir shop, and they were all doing a decent trade. There were lots of people just relaxing and soaking up the sun in the square. Then it was on to Bilbao, Basque Country, where more than a million people live. On the drive in to Bilbao you are surrounded by forests, ...
... highlight of the evening was a concert by the Bilbao Chorale and the municipal orchestra in one of the churches, St Vincent. We arrived a tiny bit late, standing room only. The performance was wonderful, even though we did not understand a word. We did recognise one piece that we think Pavarotti sang, and another one, but names we do not know. We did recognise the last song. It was the best rendition of Happy Birthday we ...