Novotel Bilbao Exhibition Center
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... known for being bombed (under Spanish General Franco's orders) by German and Italian bombers during the civil war in 1937. This was a particularly heinous act since the targets were his own civilians during the busy shopping day. Picasso captured the horror of this bombing in his over 20' long painting "Guernica" which we will see when we get to Madrid. Our next bus stop is the large modern, coastal city of Bilbao. This northern city is bustling with energy and has undergone a ...
... the full effect of the mustache that two out of three dead dictators of that era prefer.
Bilbao is so unlike the rest of Spain. Well, Spain itself is very small. Look at a map and compare it to Texas. I want to say it's smaller. The culture varies so much in this country smaller than the size of Texas. Can any Texans out there provide the readers with an example of a cultural variance between say, north Texas and south Texas so we can compare?
Ok, so ...
... sails. It just looks like one big blob to me, but a fancy looking blob. Most of the art inside is the kind that could probably be imitated by a 4-year-old. One piece was of a bunch of things you might find in a college students backpack slung out over the floor. It might have taken five minutes to set it up. My favorite exhibit was that of Christian Marclay named The Clock. He took scenes from various films that show ...
... The sleeply little place we had stopped was empty when we showed up – by the time we left the place was filling up, folks were jockeying for outside seating and the lone barmaid was struggling to keep up with all the orders coming in.
We had a brief spell of rain on the drive home, which was quite pleasant. Pops and I were in Blanca, and I had Anna, Chloe, and Katie in the back. On the way home, we played the “Silent Game” where everyone has a chance ...
I'm sitting here in the airport of Bilbao right now, all by my lonesome. Itunes and a Café con Leche aren’t very good company. Traveling alone is definitely not for the faint of heart.
But as I sit here, I am reminded of how grateful I am for all of this. This being my trip here to Spain, the friends I have made, the places I have seen, and the growth I am experiencing.
These past six days in Vitoria were exactly what I needed. I love Sevilla, I love ...