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... revealed the reason as there was a wine fete taking place to celebrate local wine production. We missed it but there was even a grape trading competition. There were groups on traditional dress strolling around and the event and lovely weather had attracted a large ...
... with bottle end discs of coloured glass. Above our heads the atrium glass was a spread of meadow flowers and plants. Next door to the Case Baixa (at 21 euro it was clearly off limits) another gothic courtyard revealed an entire door of coloured discs and magnificantly crafted dragons, twisting and spiting around their lanterns. This time the glass ceiling was a delicate pattern of rose pink and spring yellows. We navigated down Las Ramblas, through some of the ...
... and Larry said his seafood fettucinni was out of this world!
Thursday, 26, was our last day in Denia, so it was with sadness that we spent a short morning together before leaving on the hour-long drive to Valencia, where we caught the train back to Barcelona. We left early so as to have some time together in Valencia, just walking around and seeing some of the local sights. Our first attraction was the market, in the heart of the ...
... The game would be on Thursday night. We had a pretty great relaxing day on the Wednesday just milling about Place de la Ramblas, buying a couple of chargers for our cameras that needed replacing and such, then spending the whole afternoon at the beach again near Alex's hotel. I forgot to mention that almost no woman here except tourists where bikini tops at the beach which is fairly unusual coming from a slightly more conservative New Zealand! We messed around in the water ...
... It's a beautiful place with lots of trees, gardens and museums.
After a quick metro ride and Funiclar cable car, we arrived at the hill. Air was crisp and with smell of trees. Very refreshing. As we started walking without knowing the orientation of the hill, we found ourselves in front of the museum which houses Miro's artworks. So, that's our first stop. I've never been a big fan of Miro's art, but I was interested to see his transition of artistic ...