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Today we set off from what was to be our last glimpse of France for a couple of weeks. Zipping down some B roads shortly after leaving I noticed a flashing from behind - what was Grimley trying to tell me?? I pulled over expecting to see some duct tape peeling off the top box that needed replaced but to my surprise it seemed that Tinkerbell had developed a new problem - yes today's issue, she had decided, was to eject the tail light from her backside! There it was, hanging by a ...
... and it has really put the city on the map and brings thousands of tourists daily - a bit like MONA in Hobart.
On the train to Barcelona there was a girl travelling with her Guinean pig in a sort of cat cage! She kept feeding it by hand and giving it water and stroking it! On two other train trips we had a gay couple travelling with their cat and a young couple with their cat - they let them half out of the cages and keep patting them and feeding them!
... a tourist hotspot. Guess what? It worked. It is beautiful there, and tourists are out and about. For every sign, there must have been at least three languages present. The main event of the day was visiting the Guggenheim! I was so excited. I learned about Bilbao and the museum in my AP Spanish class, and ever since then, I had always hoped I would see it with my own eyes! And, boy, is it a ...
Battery Boy and Video Girl left Zaragoza fairly early heading towards Bilbao with the most difficult part of leaving this city being the ability to navigate your way out of the underground car park which was built for very small cars.
They drove along the freeway staring at the kilometre after kilometre of flat, dry country side which was occasionally punctuated by a row of wind turbines on a hilltop. From a ...
... the ceiling encasing balls. It looks so weird. The purpose of this art is to represent how we are one with nature. Nature is not outside it is within us (what!!) or so that is what the recording told me. All I see is a bunch of weiner like objects everywhere. Starting to believe Mr Guggenheim is a little bit of a pervert. If I write out some of the sayings in the exhibit or include the pictures of the display, I would get an R rating. ...