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... changed into second gear, Grimley disappearing in my mirrors. The ride was exhilarating and I came to a stop by a bridge back on 'normal' roads waiting for the Fireblade to appear. Tinkerbell had done me proud today. Arriving at the fiesta, the town was a hive of activity. Everyone was dressed in blue with many displaying the Basque flag. From tipsy teenagers to happy pensioners, the whole village and surrounding townships had turned out. I needed to know more about this dead ...
... freshly squeezed orange juice and lunch consisted of many small
plates called Pintxos, or Tapas as we would call them. They were out of this
world. Very creative and unique. Most of them were on toast. My favorite one
was some sort of meat-it might have been duck, with Brie cheese, tomato,
balsamic vinaigrette, and pomegranate seeds. There was another with warm, aioli
sauce and mushrooms, one with foie gras, and another with....I don't even know
what it ...
... on the really old bottles are too brittle, so to open them (like when they opened a 1929 bottle to fete Gehry, since that is his birth year), they have to heat a pair of tongs, apply the tongs to the neck of the bottle, and then splash cold water on the bottle's neck to force it to break open. Pretty nifty. Another highlight was the bottle aging area, where the winery can age up to 7.6 million bottles at a time before release to the public.
The wine ...
... It was right in the old center and walking distance to everything. Once we got there and dropped everything off, we went to the old town to eat lunch. Then we went walking along the canal to the Guggenheim museum. From the outside it looks like gold scales of a fish. It is a huge building. It even has the same spider structure at the Ottawa art museum. It was very funny seeing something so familiar in a completely different surrounding. In the front of the museum is a ...
... Victoria buddy, who also makes great morsels!)
Today was the greatly anticipated visit to the Guggenheim...what a magnificent building, practically impossible to describe the curves of titanium 'scales', glass and steel that house the modern art museum. Apparently, as a boy, Canadian-born architect Frank Gehry was fascinated by the carp his grandmother used to bring home ...