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... along the Mediterranean, catching brief glimpses of the grey surf, the rock protrusions both on the beach and in the surf and an occasional section of sandy beach. As we circled around Malaga, we began climbing the imposing, barren, stone mountains that line the Costa del Sol and gasped at the dramatic way these solid giants dared us to confront them. We did though, and drove among them for nearly an hour, noting the isolated homes on ...
... the art with him, because he could give everyone a huge background on a majority of the pieces there. Right when we walked in we saw a huge painting, floor to ceiling, when I stood next to it I was maybe a fourth of it. We saw many religious works as well as many Royal portraits, including ones by Goya who was a famous portrait painter native to Spain. We saw a collection of 14 paintings called the Black Paintings by him as well, that were ...
... a bullfight ... mostly because we chickened out. I'm certain, had it been just me and Zoya, we would have chickened out too. Our friends had already made plans to go and we decided to tag along.
We arrived at Las Ventas Bullring a bit late (not surprising) and bought our scalped tickets from locals outside of the ring. There was a group of about 10 boys (most of them not even 20 years old) that all gathered around us to sell us our tickets. We bought two tickets for ...
... only by the chaos when entering and leaving Greece and the banking system is another story entirely! People are still using passbooks when making deposits or withdrawals! We should know as we spent at least an hour at a bank to change a few Aussie dollars and during this time made a number of observations. There was enough material there for a team of comedy writers! Eugene's footnote on the Santorini caldera. Sitting in a bar perched on the rim of ...
... in storage. Quite surprised I recognised quite a number. Another Audio tour that was very informative. Needed a yellow brick road or a breadcrumb trail to keep you on track, and more benches to sit on (almost looking forward to getting back to work so I can sit down, almost....) Additional exhibit we got to see, Rubens -= El triunfo de la Eucaristia - restored paintings on panel that were commissioned as the templates for tapestries. Quite amazing. We had a late brunch ...