La Casona de San Pantaleon de Aras
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... happened. It took me some time to understand what he was saying since my Spanish is still quite **** but he passionately started talking about how bad it is for women in his country and he explained he is a human rights activist, especially for women's rights. He passionately spoke about how it is a problem all over the world and that he really works on improving the rights of women in countries such as Saudi Arabia. ...
... before retuning to town to catch the train back to Bilbao. We return to hotel where there is communal singing in the street below our room. After a well earned rest and shower it's out to local bar to watch Athletic v Napoli (1-1). Quickly out onto the bridge to see more excellent fireworks then to Plaza Nueva for local singer not our taste so back to hotel early ...
... and I explored it from top to bottom. Some of the more
interactive exhibits were very interesting and I enjoyed those-such as "The
Matter of Time" by Richard Serra, which featured giant steel structures (up to
340 ft long!) that curve and warp in weird ways as you walk through them. It's
supposed to make you a little dizzy, disoriented and feel as though you're in
an abstract world, free of conventional straight lines. The whole second floor
was dedicated ...
... once the curious gaze of the locals subsided, and had a chance to email home whilst over enthusiastically supported Barcelona.
The 5.4%25 beer transported us straight back onto the swaying boat and exhausted we slept undisturbed in the van till nearly 11am the next morning.
SUNSHINE!!!!!!! And the world shines with you!
We staggered into the sunshine to a chorus of yapping from a family of unfamiliar, sandy coloured dogs. Tethered and fenced these ...
Like Pops, I loved the whole experience. An unexpected kicker for me was seeing the big sculpture of the sculpture called Maman. It was like running into an old friend from Tokyo. Molly looked it up, and there are 7 of these in the world. We joke that we need to find the next 5, and that could be the outline for our next big trip since they are scattered ...