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... exists due to several besieges in it's long history so much of the the architecture is young, about as young as Australia or a little more which was built to look older than it really is. Then there's current day architecture which definitely outweighs the "old" buildings. In keeping with the new buildings, are modern and quirky sculptures all over the city. It's port is welcoming more and more cruise ships and luxury yachts which is boosting ...
... taking up our time and weighing us down!! And in this "new me" journey, not only do I want to drop the physical weight, I want to get rid of all the other "weights" in my life that are chaining me down!!
So I guess yesterday was the launch of more than one road towards the "new me" to follow!! :-)
Lunch in the Ravel and a trip to Carrefour
Ipads and Yelp and all of these social media venues can be incredible ...
... Typically Video Girl went to the deep end and did a swan dive from the three metre springboard face first into a sea of cakes. Hopeful she will surface soon so Battery Boy can arrange lunch.
Considering the size of this small village they thought they may struggle to find any food and they may have to rely on their outdoor skills to survive. They wandered down the laneways searching for food but could not find anything to eat, instead there were ...
... the lines basic, but yet there is something compelling about his pictures, sculptures and mobiles.
The building all of these are housed in is in total sympathy with the collection and mirrors his works in a direct way. The whole place feels peaceful and unhurried, and with far fewer tourists is a real pleasure to visit.
There was a short documentary on Miro, his life and work, which was well worth seeing. He strove to experiment ...
... a tiny artichoke heart topped with caviar. As we both dug our forks in we scream in unison, "it's an egg!" Such a delicious surprise. The following course was unlike anything I've tasted before, a potato mousse of some sort with garlic oil, paprika, and chili. Their instructions were very precise on how to go about eating it, dip; don't mix. Next we had rabbit ribs, again a first, atop a bed of local wild mushrooms. We finished with a dessert trio: a ...