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... long the bus ride is and then I knew he wasn't feeling well. I know I shouldn't laugh but I think it's the funniest thing ever on how he went from having so much energy and spirit to "oh **** I'm going to vomit". In his defense though the roads were very windy and our ears kept popping. But we arrived at Bilbao and got breakfast at a cafe and it was delicious. Like all the orange juice here is fresh. They put oranges in a machine and juice it. Got a great breakfast with coffee, juice, ...
Caught the bus into the city. Very quiet as it was Sunday. Went first to the Fine Arts Museum,(Belle Artes) and really enjoyed a slow walk through, appreciating the fantastic collection of Old Masters, Basque art and sculpture, and the modern stuff we skimmed through very quickly. Then took a walk in search of lunch and found a cafe opposite the Guggenheim. The ...
... of fun!
Yesterday, I planned on exploring Bilbao with a few girls but they were nowhere to be
found so I decided to go exploring on my own. It was a nice break from going
around in a big group. That way, I could do whatever I wanted, when I wanted. I
left around 10:30 and for 3 hours or so, I just ate and ate and ate! That's
what people do here, though. They hop from bar to bar, eating Pintxos and
pastries. I went back to that same restaurant ...
... is probably an acquired taste. Anyway, what was most compelling about the Yoko Ono floor was that it covered almost her entire career, from the early 1960s to the present.
Unfortunately, the museum had closed an entire floor for exhibition installation, so we didn't get to see as much as we would have liked (and Yoko Ono comprised a regrettably high proportion of what we did see), but at least our ticket prices were almost half off as a result. After ...
... to the town is San Miguel Chapel. An interesting structure that is 100's of years old surrounding 3 huge boulders inside the Chapel. FuWith the assistance of an English speaking German man I was able to arrange for a 6 o'clock departure. I went back to meet with Pat and Dennis in the village centre. We decided to lick our wounds of the day over a cold draft. We travelled 25 km today for a cumulative total of 228 km. "Eventually you don't walk the Camino, but it walks ...