Hotel Uribe - Casa de Marinos
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... by Mozart. (Yes we are showing our age and conservatism.)
The final exhibition we went to was a nine-screen multichannel video installation by Icelandic artist Ragnar Kjartansson called The Visitors. It documented a musical performance staged at historic Rokeby Farm in upstate New York. Kjartansson assembled a group of friends to help him produce this work, including several musicians ...
In contrast to yesterday leaden skies and rain so a day around town. We start with coffee at Arenal then watch some of the cooking competition before walking across town to the Fine Art Gallery. Warm and dry we meander through the galleries enjoying the El Greco's and the exhibition of the Rochelt family, talented supporters of the arts at the beginning of 20th century. The rain is easing as we walk back into town for leisurely lunch at Arana after which we make our way ...
2nd day for us in this little harbour waiting for the strong westerly to blown off before heading further west, life has been pretty good! The local veg market up in the old town was really cool, reminds me of the 农贸市场 uphill of our flat in Dalian. Old ladies kept telling me the produces are grown from the basque land, perhaps they do not see many Chinese customer drop ...
We're have a relaxing ferry crossing to Bilbao - made all the more enjoyable by bringing a decent picnic along and not forking out £30 per head for dinner! So far my purchases have extended to a newspaper and a small bottle of S. ...
... 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 ...