Hotel Conde Duque Bilbao
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- High-speed internet in room
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- Room service
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... class joint.
Mousse of foie gras on a passion fruit. One bite into the pillows of mouse and you get an oral buzz like that first hit off a good joint.
Iberian ham on bread. This appears in some form everywhere carved off the hind legs that are hanging from the roof of most bars. It's sliced wafer thin. As you bite into it you get this blast of salt, fat, softness and umami that creates this strange sexual ...
... the mainland to the islet. They believe the church dates back to 10th century and comes from the Knights Templar, it also houses votive offerings from sailors who survived shipwrecks. After visiting San Juan de Gaztelugate l walked back to the closest town Bakio and watched the kids in surf school before heading back to Bilbao
San Sebastian – The trip from Bilbao to San Sebastian was pretty painless and took just over an hour. After ...
... where Becky took a turn on the recumbent and we managed to steer Sam past a topless sunbather without him noticing. We'd feared the museum might be a bust for a low art IQ family like ours but in fact the opposite was true. Many of the pieces were HUGE or given lots of display space so the volume of art wasn't so overwhelming. Also, much of the work was enjoyable on ...
... it has finally gotten the better of us so we spent most of Tuesday chasing up repairmen who might be able to assist. What a frustration that turned out to be. Everyone we spoke with was not able to look at our issues for a week or two! Finally,.. we 'imposed' on a chap who agreed to look at our problem after hours,.. at his home. We finally got to him at 8.00 pm and, putting our heads together, we got a partial fix. At least we can continue on our way south ...
Luckily Larry gave us tickets for the Guggenheim so we head there this morning. what a fascinating place. The Frank Geirhy building is a work of art in itself and the audio guide proves essential. I love the huge first gallery filled with steel creations by Richard Serra definitely my favourite followed by the pop art ...