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... around the town. It was a really family friendly atmosphere, and while street drinking was permitted, there wasn't really many doing it, and there didn't seem to be any really drunk people around.
We arrived in Bilbao by train, and after a short rest, we met our city greeter. A free tour guide, actually free... volunteer. She was pretty fun. We learnt a bit about Bilbao, but not as much as a proper tour, more like if ...
... to transform old industrial lands into new and significant cultural icons such as the Guggenheim museum. Eye popping modern architecture is common-place in the revitalized areas of town. The new style architectural masterpieces fit nicely into the city's new image as a modern thriving metropolis. Becca's corner: Broiled salmon with sweet potato and onion sauce - eaten at an alley-side table during the evening "paseo" . . . Also - the still-warm chocolate croissant for ...
There were two exhibits: George Braque and Yoko Ono. I think we all know who Yoko Ono is, but George Braque basically started the cubism movement with Pablo Picasso. Both of the shows were fantastic, even Yoko Ono's show. I really wanted to hate her show, but it just proved what a complex and sensitive person she is. She was doing performance art a good ten years before it ...
... crawling all over a nude woman's body. How is that
art? I did enjoy the maze made of clear plastic that had some mirrors in it. It
was kind of like a mirror fun house and you had to take your shoes off to go
inside and get lost and bump into clear walls. Eventually, I got to the middle,
where there was a table with a telephone on it. It was supposed to ring once I
got there but it never did. In the hall, there was a "wishing tree," and a
table next to ...
... on the really old bottles are too brittle, so to open them (like when they opened a 1929 bottle to fete Gehry, since that is his birth year), they have to heat a pair of tongs, apply the tongs to the neck of the bottle, and then splash cold water on the bottle's neck to force it to break open. Pretty nifty. Another highlight was the bottle aging area, where the winery can age up to 7.6 million bottles at a time before release to the public.
The wine ...