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... just by looking up on the ceilings.
We also dropped by the food/market section of El Corte Ingles (department store) to get some presents for home. We spent quite a bit of time at canned fish section - canned sardines are very popular and famous in Iberian peninsula especially the northern regions. Some of them are so posh (and expensive) that you get sardines served in tin cans in some restaurants.
The last supper in Spain... Pintxos, of course! We walked ...
... bar by municipal swimming pool! The restaurant is busy and has a great view of the bridge. I have not such a good meal as my first choice of main course is sold out and my second vegetable hamburger not good! Still grey but we go across the bridge in the gondola then walk along the front at Mugeri where there are some splendid houses from 1920's. We continue to Algorta then out to Abra where ...
... br> still puzzled about where it came from. But they do know that it is one of the
oldest, if not the oldest language in Europe.
Our ship is docked about a half hour away from Bilbao in a city called Getxo and SAS has
organized a shuttle bus running continuously to take us back and forth as we please.
I had a Field Lab for my "Great Monuments of Art and Architectural History"
class on my first day here. Every class includes one mandatory field trip. ...
Another morning in Spain. Looks like it's going to be a nice one. Too bad someone got up on the wrong (I mean sensitive) side of the bed this morning! Unfortunately that was me. Too many consecutive nights with not more than 5 hours of sleep! On the other hand, Cooper is thriving off of very little sleep. Check out the video! We are spending our day in Bilbao. That is pronounced Bil bow (as in take a bow). This is where the Guggenheim ...
... at an Albergue that had 20 vacancies! And somehow we were next to last to sign up and there were no more beds! The sweet ladies said not to worry they had two more beds ! I opened the door to a small room with bunk beds! Just for us first night we are not sharing a room with 20 or more persons! Everyone was making fun of us! Teresa said for us to sleep with door open! Sue was happy for us! There ours were not! It s funny the Dutch l are the first ...