Pension Don Claudio
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I officially had the worst night ever in a hostel last night. I had met one of the kiwi guys who was staying in my room last night before they went out and I thought he seemed like a nice guy. He even said “we’ll probably be coming in late tonight but we’ll try to keep the noise down for you.” That’s all you can really …
Didn't hang around much this morning as we had a ferry to catch. Thankfully Winnie started up first time and we headed off to Bilboa. It’s a shame we didn’t get to explore the town itself as we’ve heard good reviews of the area. Maybe next time? Got to the ferry terminal, but some of the ferry staff were on strike in sympathy with air control staff. Needless to say we were running a little late, but I ...
... sun was delightful. We walked along the river to the Guggenheim Museum. Before entering we walked all around it, enjoying the amazing architecture. We then spent about 5 hours inside. There were some amazing exhibitions.
In a large room on the ground floor was an exhibition called "The Matter of Time". It is an installation comprising eight pieces of torqued ellipses made of weathering ...
... and it has really put the city on the map and brings thousands of tourists daily - a bit like MONA in Hobart.
On the train to Barcelona there was a girl travelling with her Guinean pig in a sort of cat cage! She kept feeding it by hand and giving it water and stroking it! On two other train trips we had a gay couple travelling with their cat and a young couple with their cat - they let them half out of the cages and keep patting them and feeding them!
Hola from northern Spain!! I am in Basque country, which is an autonomous community in
the Pyrenees, meaning it is an independent nation within Spain. They have their
own language here, as well as Spanish. What's interesting, though, is that
although it is geographically surrounded by places where people speak romantic
languages such as Spanish and French, the ancient Basque language is not
influenced by them and does not find its roots in Latin. Linguistic ...