NH Collection Villa De Bilbao
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... and so came to discover that it worked like this: a dead goose was greased up with olive oil on its neck, then hung upside down over a river. Whomsoever could hang onto this goose neck for the longest while it was raised above then quickly dipped below the river would be the winner. Nothing much happened while I was there but later I saw on the television that the winner had been dipped in at least 5 times before he gave up the goose (is that where this saying came ...
... de 2 minutes) les conditions sont idéales. C'est plutôt agréable de ne pas avoir à changer de places ou ré ancrer toutes les heures! Samedi soir nous avons eu le plaisir d'assister à un feu d'artifices qui était très beau et dont bien sur nous n'avions pas la moindre idée! Dimanche matin, nous avons a pris le pont transbordeur à Portugalete, 100 fois plus rapide que le pont transbordeur de Rochefort et nous ...
I got my ticket for the bus, which was really cheap (€6) and in two hours I was here in Bilbao. My hostel was a little bit out of town, but it was dead easy to find being just two train stops away. I got to my single room and passed out for the better part of an hour. It may not seem like much, but considering I can never take naps, I was happy to get a bit of rest. At about 3pm I decided to try to make the ...
... perfect way to eat, in my opinion, and we loved it.
The next morning, May 20 (Day 146), we walked along the river to the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, one of the most-lauded architectural masterpieces of the 20th century, a melange of titanium, glass and limestone woven together to mesmerizing effect. The museum really is breathtaking from the outside, and the light-filled atrium inside continues the spectacular experience. The modern and contemporary art ...
... room to the world renowned Guggenheim Museum. To be completely honest though, neither of us were wildly impressed with the series of art that we encountered there. A stack of mismatch plates? A box of sawdust? A bronze sculpture of an old worn couch? Hmm… modern art is an interesting thing to understand or agree with. The building itself is delightful and large airy spaces, lofted ceilings, strange angles and stairways situated at the edge of ...