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Didn't hang around much this morning as we had a ferry to catch. Thankfully Winnie started up first time and we headed off to Bilboa. It’s a shame we didn’t get to explore the town itself as we’ve heard good reviews of the area. Maybe next time? Got to the ferry terminal, but some of the ferry staff were on strike in sympathy with air control staff. Needless to say we were running a little late, but I ...
... drink (beer or wine) and maybe a pinchos, and off they go to the next location. And that seems to be fairly consistent everywhere we've been so far in Spain.
On our only full day in Zaragoza, we explored the town a little more, we visited three churches, and some might ask "why?". Well, they were all so different. The first was a local church, there was a lot of restoration going on, but it wasn't super fancy, yet it ...
... diving to sort it out. On Sunday morning, we went across the river on the transporter bridge of Portugalete to go to Mass in the Santa Maria basilica. It was once again a beautiful church and the service was in Spanish. I managed to understand most of the sermon so that was nice. After a few weeks in Spain, I have noticed that I understand more and more and I have even called the Orange helpline and understood most of what the person said which is quite ...
... Braque's work. He was an early 20th century
artist who played a major role in developing the avant-garde art movement and
Cubism. The entire third floor had John Lennon's wife, Yo Ko Ono's artwork.
That was the weirdest of all. When modern art gets to that level, I start to
get angry because I feel like the artist is insulting my intelligence and
wasting my time. Probably the strangest thing I saw there was a video on loop
of a close up shot of ...
... down to the main promendade and went to a lovely little tapas bar called La Vina. It was buzzing inside and outside with adults, kids and dogs. The constant chattering of happy people was a sight to behold, most with a glass of tinto in one hand and a tapas in the other.
This was one of the best tapas bars they had ever been too, a lovely array of tapas on the bar of which they tried many, then they ordered ...