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... of activity but the kitchen only opens at 8.30! Went to the Guggenheim by metro yesterday. Both quite prepared not to like it but it was very impressive. Both the building and some of the installations (Paul as usual not that impressed with modern art, but did like the engineering sculptures). The Guggenheim did manage to loose my raincoat for an hour though. And as I could not remember any brand name (Warehouse, what did I expect?) colour, or what was ...
... the time we have dropped the bag off, been through security, had breakfast and read the paper time soon passes. The flight leaves by 11.15 landing at Manchester at 12.30 and we have time for a welcome sandwich and coffee at the station buffet before catching the 13.33 Leeds train. In Leeds we have to walk through town to get the bus to Otley that drops us a few minutes walk from the house. We arrive home at around ...
... walked down to the old town to see the famous La Concha beach. As they arrived there was flashes of lightening and the rumbling of thunder and the wind was starting to gust so they headed to the narrow streets to find shelter in a pintxos bar. Video Girl strides up to the bar and starts eyeing off the rows of pintxos on display, "That looks nice, how about one of those and one of those?"
Battery Boy turned and looked at Video Girl just as ...
The last town in the province of Bizkaia, Markina lies between Gipuzkoa and Bizkaia. Coming from the Spanish word "marca" meaning "mark", Markina-Xemein marks the location where the Gipuzkoanos (the people of Guipuzcoa province) often battled the Vizcaino's (the people of Biscay province).This town in the Vizcaya region is on the Pilgrim's Road to Santiago de Compostela, which runs ...
... the windows of the bus was an experience. All of a sudden, out of the mountains comes a giant, pink and yellow and orange city, with modernity and antiquity staring at each other from across the street. We passed “la catedral” (the cathedral) which is what the locals call the futbol arena, which was being torn down and replaced by a new building. Grafitti lined the Plexiglas that goes on either side of the highway. We came upon the Ria, when Jose Ramon stood up to speak. ...