Hotel Holiday Inn Bilbao
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- Swimming pool
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... of the band was playing a acoustic guitar in a bathtub. It was kinda of weird but wonderful. On the third floor there was an exhibit of a selection of paintings from famous arts including Rothko, Picasso, Goya etc., but the exhibits on the first floor were my favorite.
In front of the museum, there a very famous canine statue made from potted flowers by Jeff Koon. It was supposed to be a temporary exhibit when the museum opened, but the locals liked it so ...
... didn’t know if it was due to the holiday or what was going on but it was like a big old ghost town. Very weird. We headed back into Getxo around 2pm that day – which eerily you’ve already read about!
Two days later we headed back into Bilbao for another look around. We needed to sort out our tickets to escape Spain and get into France which was proving to be ridiculously difficult considering they are right next to each ...
... potato crops and apparently, according to Adam, our tour guide, bears and foxes live in the forest. There was a prize for the first person to snap a picture of a brown bear in the forest and Jimmy tried to put one over Adam by showing him a pic of a brown bear he had seen on a recent holiday in America! Although we did not have time to take a ride, the Artxanda Funicular will take you to the top of one of the hills ...
... of my nieces drew today, I just can't see how that person got paid for it. Or if nothing else, I want to get paid, too! Anyway, after that, we found a "kebab" place and I had some really good falafel for lunch. Food has been looking up for me the last two days. Then we took our one remaining girl with us for another art museum and some good old fashioned bumming around. We did discover throughout our day with her that a lot of these problems are because she seems to ...
... I felt such a profound attachment to this land. This was our dirt! Our rocks! Our sheep! Maybe it's because the Basque people do tend to be mocked--or just unheard of--but we couldn't get over how nice it was was to be in a place where "everybody knows your name." Not only could they pronounce the name correctly (that's enough of a trial for most folks in the U.S.), but they could tell us some history about it--like how it came to have two spellings. (When the Basque ...