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... an exhibition of Louise Bourgeois exhibiting her work and a pictorial exhibition of her life. Her work is very thought provoking and some of it is extremely provocative. Not much else for today. Think that I'm a bit over Spain, I really haven't enjoyed Malaga much, very touristy, dirty and busy. I find that at this point in time I'm longing for home. I hope that Ronda lifts my ...
... way either. We did this scavenger hunt thing instead. This really nice woman (an Expat from NYC who was an art history major started this company) and it was really cool. It is the thing you pay for and get clues to search the Louvre - ON YOUR OWN! You are a team against each other - so it was Hagan and me against Wade and Quinn. I won’t tell you who won the game…but I will say that had I had a better partner I would be victorious!
Really that was a super fun way ...
... The other song I found
quite catchy was 'Salsa Contigo' and this one was stuck in my mind overnight.
Later on, I noticed some commotion around this man seated a couple of tables
away. People started flocking in his direction and snapping photos with him. I
asked my friend to communicate in Spanish to the locals to find out this man's
identity. The couple next to us explained that this man was a TV actor on some
comedy series. That's all we ...
... 8230;he never did go back to the doctor…..
I think it’s time for the pool, don’t you?
Ahh, SO refreshing! You’ll NEVER guess who was in the pool….the 600 pound man. We even chatted for a moment. Clearly he didn’t recognize me…..maybe it was the sun or the second of his rum and cokes talking, but he was somewhat sane. He was quite impressed with Granada, and the Alcazar. ...
... tiles, the traditional Andalucian balconies and the baroque (curved) part of the cathedral....I liked that too! I am surprised we don't bump into more stuff as half the time we are looking up and not down!
One of the main drawcards other than the Alcazabar and the cathedral is Plaza de la Constitution. This is the main square where everyone gathers. Embedded into the brick border which runs one edge of the square are five ...