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... pockets it took a while. Had tapas for breakfast, lunch and dinner. And very strong coffee. And fancy salami to stock the m/home. Still struggling to figure out the buttons in that home and getting a bit ratty about it. Going to Salamanca (world heritage site ) about 5 hours south from here tomorrow. Might stay there for a while if it doesn't rain. We have to buy small umbrellas as the golf one just about clears the pavement of other pedestrians. Till ...
... street so we cold hear all the goings on. But everything went a bit quiet after about 4 and then started up again at about 6. It was a really fun atmosphere. There was also some kind of festival going on there (not planned).
A walk, some drinks and pintxos (that's how they spell it in Basque), we headed back to our room to ready ourselves for our trip to Madrid the next day.
If you haven't guessed, next stop Madrid
... there was a temporary exhibit of Yoko Ono’s work on the top floor. She is weird. Like, really weird. I didn’t realize she considered herself an artist, but I’m not sure that I do. She just does a lot of weird things and then calls them art. It certainly wasn’t my style anyway.
I finished up at the museum at about 7:30pm and headed back out into the rain. I walked around for another ...
... menu, potato croquettes, sesame seared tuna with wasabi mayonnaise and tiramisu. Every time a waiter walked passed with a tray of food it made then salivate then order more food. The food passing them by on little platters made their mouths water and as they walked from the tapas bar they wished they were staying another night so they could try everything on the menu.
They then returned to the river front and ...
... Goya's "The Third of May" consists of simply a blazing lantern and a pool of blood, a moving sight.
Some of the art in the museum was a little too avant-garde for us, though. There was the entire floor dedicated to works by Yoko Ono, for example. Some of her art was creative and thought-provoking, but a lot of it was really bewildering and eccentric, even kooky. I admit I don't have a very deep understanding of a lot of modern art, but I think much of ...