Hotel Holiday Inn Bilbao
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... walked downtown then crossed the river again and this time Tom was able to get the photos he wanted. We then had lunch at the café at the Guggenheim before exploring the city some more. Yet another early night but we are both slowly getting better.
Bilbao is an amazing place. Nearly all the buildings, bridges, trams, lighting. etc. have a sculptural feel to them.
A beautiful day greeted us as we emerged in the morning from our hotel. Bright sunshine and a magnificent city to explore, what more could we ask for. Unfortunately being Monday most of the museums were closed, so we made a decision to walk along the river to the Bilbao Guggenheim and explore the outside for now. What a spectacular building! I am so totally in love with it and am very excited that tomorrow we will be able to ...
... influence. The Basque Country has been trying to secede itself from Spain to become an independent country, since they have their own language and unique culture; however, they have had little luck with this endeavor.
The focus of our excursion to Bilbao was to see the Guggenheim - a contemporary art museum in the heart of the city. The Guggenheim is a unique building ...
... with Kalin - she's double majoring in engineering and Spanish - it makes a teacher happy to see a student doing so well and striking out to study abroad in only her sophomore year of college. We may or may not see them again tomorrow if we decide to head over to San Sebastian. Our plans are totally upo in the air except for "sleep until you can't anymore". And so I give you the only picture I took today, me and Kalin. ...
... uni work on my laptop.
Memorable lectures today:
-Novel chemical approaches to fabricating graphene structures and functionalising graphene. An interesting chemists perspective on graphene (its mostly physicists interested in it).
-Rotary molecules! This lecture was so cool- so we all know that we eat food to turn ADP into ATP which is used by cells for energy. Well the actual protein responsible for this is a ...