Hotel Palacio Urgoiti
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Each of them has a whole floor at the Guggenheim in Bilbao. Each of them had a long multi-disciplinary career, ranging from painting to music and "performances" for one and ballet for the other, and also sculpture. But it seems to me one is much more respected than the other, maybe because he's been dead for 50 years. Yoko Ono's work is very ...
... seen. I paid my €13 to get in the museum and it was cool to see that the inside of the building is almost as impressive as the outside. There is not one flat surface in the whole building (besides the floor of course) and it gives the building a really cool feeling. It looks like the inside of the rooms will never end because there are no corners.
I checked out all of the exhibits and I like the permanent ...
... couldn't quite work out what Zapha did for a job but he said he worked for a large advertising company that promoted various flora and exotic plants called, Moss Ad. He appeared not to want to talk about the specific things relating to his work other than to say if a plant died, it was his job to get rid of it.
After a four hour lunch they continued their drive for a further 40 minutes to San Sebastian. Donostia San Sebastian is situated on ...
Landing at the MAD airport was a bundle of nerves and adrenaline. I never like going through customs, I hadn't gotten much sleep on the plane, and I always have a sneaking suspicion that the airline is going to lose my luggage. I grabbed my bag and started the long, awkward shuffle off of the plane. I was surprised by two things when stepping into the Madrid airport – there were stairs immediately, which I have never seen right off of a terminal. In fact, there were three or ...
... He informed us that the majority of the people of Loyola have lived there their whole lives, listening to the bells daily, and have never climbed the tower. He pulled a secret key out from behind the stair case and opened up the clock mechanism to show us how it all worked as well. How lucky we were to have met him!
After the church, we stopped for some local food. And by local food I mean pastries. Loyola is famous for their pastries called, you guessed it, San ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool