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Over the past weekend two friends and I decided to explore the Guggenheim in Bilbao. The day started hectically, with the first bus in our time slot selling out and the office kindly agreeing to allow a second bus to leave at the same time for us and the other fifty customer still waiting in line for the same tickets. I hadn't expected Bilbao tickets to be in such high demand. As we finally boarded the new bus, about fifteen minutes after our planned departure ...
... by, can only be described as manna from heaven for the few dedicated souls who get off on the smell of hi-octane and exhaust fumes. This did not include Coll and I. We lasted about 60 minutes before heading for the tented drinks stand and sat under cover while the dedicated disciples stood in the rain watching every run made by the trusty Peugeot 206. After the days 'racing', we headed back to their home for a cold beer and dinner. Dinner,.. now that was ...
... opinions (Oh joy, I hear you say)...but I gave it a try on both of them. And even once I'd learnt how to use the damn things, I was overwhelmed with formatting, and fonts, and Flickr, and all these other needly little things I didn't think about.
And even if I was good at this stuff (and I'm so, so not - combination of good technological skills and design strategy, neither of which I have) - it would still just eat up your life. Like following other people's blogs? ...
... unemployment in Spain. He was totally unhelpful, did not (could not?) think and was so slow I'm surprised he was breathing. He was also rude. A Spanish speaking lady helped Ruth in her attempted transaction and she was so annoyed she tried to report the situation.
As we were in plenty of time for our train to Segovia we sat in the station until it was time to board the train for the 28 minute trip. ...
... Town and set off there. It was very quiet in the new town since nothing seems to open on a Sunday but we found a little bakery that was open and grabbed some fresh squeezed orange juice and some snacks. It was a couple of k’s to the old town and pretty much all of it was dead until we started seeing more tourists as we got nearer the bridge that separates the new town from the old town. The old town was filled with tourists as normal, but ...