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... and a chocolate and apple crepe for 6 euros. We then went to the Guggenheim Museum which is supposedly a famous museum? I don't know but it was very neat. My favorite exhibit I managed to get a picture of because you weren't allowed to take photos. It was these column of words going up and down and overlapping with a blue light blinking behind it that was supposed to represent a mind and thoughts. The phrases were things like "my mother knows" and "I can smell you on me" and "I ...
... long after this four more trawlers came past. The first three passed at a comparatively reasonable speed, rocking us more than we'd like but not enough to cause the mayhem of the first. The fourth, however, deliberately sped up and angled towards us, overtaking the boat in front, despite Mister Kitty running up to ask them to slow down. This time the olive oil went flying and the lid came off, which made for another messy clean up.
... by walkways hung from the roof. The building far outshone the exhibits.
After our Guggenheim visit we walked along the other side of the river into the old town where we ate a late lunch. (3 PM normal for Spaniards) After spending a bit more time strolling around the old town we headed back to the Railway Station to return home for the ...
... to the Colegio Mayor, which is student housing cut into the hills. I get the sense that it is more common for Spanish students to stay local and continue living with their families, because this is the only student dorm I have seen and it could hardly fit the 12,000 students who attend Deusto. After getting our luggage out of the bus and up the stairs (steep stairs have been following me all through Spain), we were given our room keys. I am on the top floor, with a view of the ria and ...
... Minh-Yen headed off to catch her plane. We slept for a few more hours and then headed down to enjoy the breakfast buffet. They had all sorts of tasty cured ham, cheese, tomatoes, toast, buns, pain au chocolat, & pastries. We quite enjoyed our breaky and checked our email one more time before heading off on our way to Porto. We stayed the night in Salamanca and then continued on to Porto the next day. It was quite a long drive so it was nice to break it up over two ...