AS Express Altube Hotel Zuia
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... We well and truly would be rogered if something happened. We crossed a long bridge over a slowly rippling reservoir. As we cycled alongside this monstrous volume of water we saw the most amazing views yet. Rocks similar to that of ones in the film 'How to train your dragon', almost hanging from the sky, so untouched by humans. Through some very dark tunnels and out eventually into the light my stomach rumbled...lunchtime! For lunch I ...
... to understand that he was telling the few other intrepid drivers that had made it to the top that it would be OK to go on. I was doubtful and didn't want to put my 4 ton van down a steep hill with hair pin bends and lots of snow, however I was persuaded and to give the man his due, he was right. The road onwards from the top of the mountain was straight, and sloped only gently, though of course I didn't know this until I got to the bottom. I spent most of the journey ...
... of the museum are most efficient. Everything is top world class.
We looked at three main exhibitions. The first one was by Icelander, Ragnar Kjartansson. We both loved this stimulating and interesting audiovisual exhibition, involving film and music. We then visited the Yoko Ono exhibition, in honour of her 80th birthday! While I will admit there are elements of the exhibition that are thought provoking, I ...
... bed in the shape of a 3D dog. They change the types of flowers 4 times a year to go with the different seasons. We decided to go into the museum. It was not at all what I was expecting. It was strange and original and fun at the same time. There were only the exhibits of two artists but we spend a good couple of hours in there. The rooms not only played with your sense of vision, but also your sense of smell and hearing too. It was so neat. Things hanging from the ceiling, ...
... and was amazed at how many people were walking about, I realized it was Sunday and perhaps that was normal. Not all the shops were open but lots of bars and restaurants with tables outside in the streets. After settling in my lovely room I opened the doors to the false patio(very old building), and laid down for a nap. The street below was pedestrian only and there was a lot of noise echoing up to my room, which ...