Indeed, at the end of Septmber I was in Murcia for only two days and, once more, I took my camera (my actual camera!) and my fish eye lens with me. Here's the result!
Don Quijote and Sancho Panza painted in a wall of a book shop... To prove that reading can be fun!
Anyway, reading in this city doesn't appear to be a problem at all. Take a look at the beautiful University they have there, one of the best known in Spain.
I love buildings that look like they were taken out of the 70's and "inserted" in the current times.
And loved this one as well, although it is a little bit older!
And this is called the Casino but is actually a Museum...
Perfect entrance for a perfect art déco building.
This is probably one of my favourite dishes from the Spanish gastronomy. Migas! As a matter of fact this was a perfect lunch. Octopus (aka. my favourite food in the whole world) for starters and Migas as a main course. Yummy!!!
A detail from the side of the Murcia Cathedral...
And the spectacularity of it's main entrance!
And what about this palm trees made out of iron?! Pretty summery, ideal for a city where it's always Summer (or almost always, because in the days I was there rained like apparently it didn't rain in the past 10 years. Lucky me!!!)