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Just a few words about today, we had the typical lazy Sunday. Up not too early and a nice breakfast croissants fresh from the bakery on site. A bit of a sort out and down the pool for 1030hrs, unbroken sunshine for the next couple of hours meant we were in and out of the pool cooling off. Back for lunch, not a Sunday one but fresh bread with ham and salad, Mark, ...
... whole of the Louvre collections they believe it will take you
four months). Making our way to room 6 on the 1st floor we got
straight up to the roped off area in front of the Mona Lisa which is a painting
by Leonardo da Vinci and is only 77cm by 53cm in size. Since we had lead the
way many others followed and the room very quickly filled up to the point that
some would have seen a far smaller Mona Lisa from the back of the room. Leaving
... be prepared, which was just as well. Then out it came; eight fish and two potatoes on a platter, a tureen of soup (fish stock) and a platter of croutons, grated cheese and tubs of rouille. This what you had in mind David?
Well we did our best, however one and a half fish and the potato remained on the platter when we surrendered.
A walk along the Grand Canal as the misty rain began was all we could manage before ...
... in the Catalonia region of Spain and died in 1989. He used both classical and modernist techniques, sometimes in separate works, and sometimes combined. Exhibitions of his works in Barcelona attracted much attention along with mixtures of praise and puzzled debate from critics. Some of his surrealist works make you wonder what he was "tripping on" at the time.
Dalí grew a flamboyant moustache, influenced by 17th-century Spanish ...
... or by Séte artists, some impressionists and a few modern works as well as a collection of Valéry's poetry, diaries and other writing. It is built on a hill at one end of town just above a big cemetery with incredible views of the town below and the beautiful sea. We also walked through a working fishing village on one end of town where it seemed the social life would take place in the streets as everyone had tables and chairs and BBQ's set up across from their houses ...