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Hoy recorrimos Frias de arriba abajo. Tomamos un tour de la ciudad (3ra ciudad más pequeña del mundo) y recorrimos su calle principal, iglesia principal, y castillo medieval.
Rematamos con una visita al puente romano de la ciudad.
Almorzamos en el Restaurante Ortiz. Yo de primer plato comí paella (excelente), con un …
... plenty of suggestion about the wealth that the harvest offers. Strange Egyptian pyramids, modernist assemblages and garlanded villa facades smelt of grape pulp and money! Big money.
Our friendly and patient Ms Tom Tom made the first of many errors and we crawled our way off the motorway up into steep Austrian woodlands. The road turned into hairpin bends and we realised for the first time how heavily ladened the van was. All those clothes, sketchbooks ...
... bizarre to look at and the same inside. No straight edges...or straight edges but wonky! The art inside wasn't on the whole for us, a bit too Tracey Emin...but a wardrobe instead of a bed(!) However the first floor was filled with huge two inch thick steel artworks by Richard Serra. The Matter of Time was amazing, we walked in and out of the huge rusted steel elipses and spheres ...
... br> Next stop – end of the earth – actually, the exact geographical opposite point on the planet to our house in Wadestown. This was a little surprise Steve had organized for the kids. It took quite a bit of driving, including off-road towards the end (farm tracks, according to Steve), but we got there and got the photos. Although, truthfully, we could have been in any random paddock in Spain, and on reflection, ...
Last night we went to bed late close to 11 PM and slept late, but after a good breakfast , a shower we all felt better and set out to do what we came here for, to visit the museum, which we did in the afternoon. First we took a very nice Brice walk along to Nerviono the White Bridge designed by the famous architect Clatrava, made of steel and glass, we walked to the funicular station and went up the hill to take in the views of Bilbao from there. Magnificent views ...
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