Hotel Gran Legazpi
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- a man walking down the street with his full tackle out
- a coffee shop/copy-center on the street - i.e. a printer delicately balanced on a thin shelf directly above steaming pots on the stove
- our bus side-swiped a car - everyone started yelling and a crowd gathered and banged on the bus for quite a while... then ...
... find in the bottom of a handbag or rather about 20 handbags. Even down to scrunched up tissues. Geoff came up with the theory that they were the spoils from stolen bags which looked quite possible. There were lots of purses all being put in a brief case. The rubbish was being gone through & being put in a bin. We had thought to stay in the cafe for the afternoon but after seeing all that going on we thought to go on back & sit at the hotel instead. Life is certainly ...
... up because so many people had jumped from that area. It was really sad to think about, but it's good the glass was there for in the long run. We also saw some statues and than walked around a garden that had beautiful flowers blooming. After that, the market had many spectacular array of foods, from chocolates, to cheeses, to meats, you name it. It reminded me of the markets they had in Mexico.
After roaming around the market, not sure what to do or get, we left ...
... well run tourist destination.
Then we took a cab to the highlight of the day. The Michelin (2 star) Sergi Arola restaurant. See the pictures and videos. It was amazing!!! The meal lasted 3.5 hours. It was nearly 6pm when we got out.
We decided to walk back to the hotel about 2.5km. Debbie bought a few more pairs of shoes. We then started a survey of ...
... on going directly to the artwork that we all came to see. The infamous Guernica by Picasso. The painting is 7.37m x 3.5m (approx). When I saw it, I gasped in awe as the artwork is all that I hoped for and more. The large format of the artwork enables for the dramatic impact It leaves on the audience. Both Paula and I are quite emotional as memories of Year 8 visual arts class comes flooding back to me. The artwork pays tribute to the innocent civilians ...