Into the closet: folio 3

Yesterday, Maggie and I installed our latest ‘loo view’. We opened up the three frames, removed the folio of seven photos from our 2008 travels in Italy and replaced them with a selection from our visit to Spain in 2011.

Here are the images that now adorn the walls of the little room in our home:

Group 1

Garden of the Moorish Alcazar palace, Seville

Part of the peaceful garden in the wonderful Moorish Alcazar palace, Seville

Example of the colourful ceramics at Plaza de Espana, Seville, built for a 1928 exposition and renovated in the 21st Century

Example of the colourful ceramics at Plaza de Espana, Seville, built for a 1928 exposition and restored in the 21st Century

Parc Guell's decorative plaza, a delightful element of the Gaudi legacy to Barcelona

Parc Guell’s decorative plaza, a delightful element of the Gaudi legacy in Barcelona

Group 2

One of countless residential courtyards embellished with a water feature, both soothing and cooling

One of countless residential courtyards that are embellished with a water feature, soothing and cooling

A living statue, inspired by Carmen Miranda, even if she was Portuguese!

A living statue, possibly inspired by Carmen Miranda, even if she was Portuguese!

Group 3

Jamon 'museum', Madrid

Jamon ‘museum’, Madrid

These little piggies went to market (La Boqueria, Barcelona)

These little piggies went to market (La Boqueria, Barcelona)

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About rmgtravelsandfood

Maggie and I are both in our late 60s and live in Melbourne, Australia. This blog is devoted to our shared passions for travel and fine dining at home. Recently, I added Australian politics to the scope of the blog, inspired by the election of a Labor Government at a national level. Rick Grounds
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