NH La Avanzada
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Great day which stated in Vitoria then we went by bus to Bilboa where we had a hick look at the outside of the Guggenheim Museum before entering for. Guided tour. Most impressed with the exhibition of art by artist Niki de Saint Phalle. Her tragic life story beautiful pictures of her as a model and the way she fought for women's rights. An exhibition well worth seeing. Also the Sculptures by Richard Serra The Matter of Time which is ...
... it was a rest day, but we spent some time taking in the entertainment and eating basketball donuts. With that we headed off searching for food, but after spending half an hour walking around blocks of flats decided it would be better to head back to the hotel for dinner (via the outlet shopping village next door). Tomorrow the boat ...
... highlight of the evening was a concert by the Bilbao Chorale and the municipal orchestra in one of the churches, St Vincent. We arrived a tiny bit late, standing room only. The performance was wonderful, even though we did not understand a word. We did recognise one piece that we think Pavarotti sang, and another one, but names we do not know. We did recognise the last song. It was the best rendition of Happy Birthday we ...
... get you to the top. We tried to get a bus back but couldn't find one so got the metro again. It's only underground in the centre if Bilbao so you do get to see the scenery. Had a lovely meal where we ate last night. I had a green salad with roasted vegetables to start while John had soup then fish. I had oxtail cooked slowly in Rioja with potatoes. A lovely glass of Rioja complemented it ...
... the word for river is rio, but they called this river a ria. This is because it connects out to the ocean, so it is affected by tides, and therefore is given a different name. On one side of the ria is Universidad de Deusto (pronounced dey-oo-stow), where I will be taking classes, with the hills rising up behind it, marking the northern edge of the city. On the other side of the ria is the Guggenheim, with its iron and steel, displaying the contrasts within Bilbao.