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... of activity but the kitchen only opens at 8.30! Went to the Guggenheim by metro yesterday. Both quite prepared not to like it but it was very impressive. Both the building and some of the installations (Paul as usual not that impressed with modern art, but did like the engineering sculptures). The Guggenheim did manage to loose my raincoat for an hour though. And as I could not remember any brand name (Warehouse, what did I expect?) colour, or what was ...
... 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
... freshly squeezed orange juice and lunch consisted of many small
plates called Pintxos, or Tapas as we would call them. They were out of this
world. Very creative and unique. Most of them were on toast. My favorite one
was some sort of meat-it might have been duck, with Brie cheese, tomato,
balsamic vinaigrette, and pomegranate seeds. There was another with warm, aioli
sauce and mushrooms, one with foie gras, and another with....I don't even know
what it ...
... 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 ...
I woke from the top bunk to the view of the Pyrenees mountains through the large classroom window. It was an incredible picturesque view that was surreal. By the time we were finished breakfast all other pilgrims had already left for the Camino or to get their own breakfast. We were grateful to be on the decline on the stoned path that led to the elevators. From there we headed through the village centre out of town past a marina and a short journey on blacktop. By 8:30 ...