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... choice of subjects to visit, but it was facinating none the less. Lines of Picasso drawings, prints and ceramics definately the highlight, but one subject matter interpreted by so many artists allowed for comparing and contrasting. A wander around the village before escaping from the rain into a bar for a small beer and plate of fromage before travelling home for the next wonderful ...
... Half an hour later, Henry returned, key in hand to release the car. Lucky us! It was due to be next opened on Monday, and it was a coincidence that the supermarket had a key as it wasn't their garage. Turns out, the sign to warn people had fallen down. Time for lots of sighs of relief. Ham procured, it was time to finally join our friends. As a group of 8 families, we have holidayed every two years for as long as I remember. I ...
... view, and bathed in it. Next step dinner in the best Italian restaurant in town! Yes, I know, in the gastronomic capital of Spain, and we head for Italian, but sometime compromise tastes the most delicious. Dark, as we left, next step the " Magic fountain"' or rather series of fountains that dance beautifully as they change colour. Built in 1929' they have been thrilling tourists ever since. ...
... just what my spirit needed, to be outside in nature again. It was so magical, like my whole trip has been so far.
As the evening hours approached, I decided to hitch hike back to Cadeques, and I found a lovely hippie couple from Barcelona. We stopped along the way to visit the house of Salvador-Dali. Wow, it was incredible!! His art was inspiring, their company and open hearts where warming, and I felt blessed yet again. Everytime ...
... pieces of art.But the meal was over the top. First course, itty bitty appetizers on rocks...The truffle one blew everyone's taste buds. Second course, oysters. You should have seen the sugar pearl and the hammer that was given to us to brake it..and then the smell was of smoked beechwood(?). I don't like oysters raw but these were great!Third course, the prettiest salad, with tomato ice cream and flowers with zucchini. Fourth course, fish soup...wow, what ...
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