# Majorca, Palma Streets

A magic city, easy, friendly, the old city with lanes that narrow so a car has about a 2cm clearance on either side, dog heaven, shopping heaven. The tourists are coming and we dread to think what high season would be like. The shapes of the tourists is as fascinating as the architectural sites. And what tourists wear because they are now in a warm climate is a sight to behold in itself. All redeemed by quick  access to fresh orange juice everywhere not to mention a glass of sangria.

Did I mention Miro? A feast! The Miro Foundation in the suburbs of Palma is so worth a visit. Miro had 2 studios here, complete with water views, contemplative gardens, intact studio and a gallery housing rugs, prints, painting, sculptures and an ambience to die for – you can guess we loved it – oh yes, comes with a coffee shop.

Palma cathedral was on our list to see the Gaudi pieces – a grand cathedral – huge – our dose of cathedrals.

~ by juliebyrnes on May 24, 2012.

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