Hotel Holiday Inn Bilbao
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Holiday Inn Bilbao
Travel Blogs from Bilbao
... every wrinkled and twist of the balloon is visible in the completed piece. Another room takes a completely different turn from the “child-like joy” that the plaques on the walls described the other pieces as having. This room features Koon’s controversial “Made in Heaven” collection, which features erotic sculptures and images of Koons and his wife. In my opinion, it appeared that the other works filled with “child-like ...
... many tourists wandering around (particularly Americans), but the town itself is typical of an older town on a seashore with sea spray and salt corroding just about everything. It gives the place a look of being rather 'run-down' and less than inviting. Perhaps this is another of those situations where our expectations were set too high and the result is disappointment. On our ride back to the campsite we stopped at a hilltop bar (overlooking the ocean), ...
... of titanium on the outside (which is very expensive and durable material!). On the outside of the museum, there is an enormous dog sculpture made completely out of flowers, which are replaced every season. Not only is the outside of the Guggenheim aesthetically appealing, but the inside is equally amazing. There were a lot of very interesting art exhibits throughout the museum. ...
... head back to the house for a nightcap before bed. It’s quite fun having some visitors. We’ve had a wonderful time travelling in our little merry band of 5, but it’s also fun to be sharing this experience with our parents and at least one of our siblings/cousins. The house has plenty of breathing room which is a nice change relative to the cozy places we’ve been staying in so far. We definitely won’t be cramped here in El ...
... obviously I wouldnt want to invent away eating!)
-Viral caspids as delivery vehicles for drugs - one application selectively targets cancer cells, sticks to it, then shine light on it and it releases singlet oxygen, killing everything in a 100nm radius (ie selective cell death). Also a very cool idea.
In the afternoon I attended a workshop provided by one of the companies there (Thermo Fisher Devices?) on ...