I had the most interesting weekend despite it being rainy and cold. Here´s what I did:
Sunday: Went out to cast my first vote as a Spanish citizen. The temperature went down to as low as 13ºC so I had to bundle up quite a bit. This was my voting outift, a turteneck light floral sweater which and a grayish green jacket which has been with me since last year:
Saturday: Went to Bilbao to go to buy Ikea´s mustard and basil sauce ( I´m a fan of this dressing!), went malling( and got inside Primark too) and visited almost all of the outlet stores (scored a pleated navy blue skirt at the Mango Outlet store for 5. 99 euros!)) and then:
ended up lining at the Guggenheim despite the heavy downpour. It´s the museum´s 15th annivesary and so the entrance free was free. Too bad we didn´t go on a Sunday, they serve free cupcakes too. :(
Also took a sneaky photo( after this one of the guides caught us, lol!) of the work of Richard Serra in one of the salas of the Guggenheim. This is just one of the gigantic sheet metals found in whole sculpture called Matter of Time.
These running LED lights are a huge crowd drawer too. The reddish color was actually messages about love, heartaches, sadness in written in English and Spanish:
|army green jacket- thrifted, shoes- local store, bag- Blanco|
Enjoy the week, dears!